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6:40 AM
I was seen that kotlin highly reduced the Google's Android code so they start to migrate. I just wondered about Crryptograhic codes.
"A class which was 126 hand-written lines in Java can now be represented in just 23 lines in Kotlin—an 80% reduction," the company says.
 
 
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8:19 PM
The boundary condition for any code is a single line that says "go".
It probably makes it difficult for exceptions and platform quirks.
You'd not believe what some of the code in ADA looks like that became public domain for ICBMs. They were all wired a little bit differently.
It was released under "we should never do it like this" in the coding guidelines for military applications. It's pretty fun to read. I'm surprised that we all didn't get blown up.
 
8:34 PM
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Q: Which is the simplest cryptographic algorithm which is close to commercial-level security?

An AntAn algorithm is simpler than another if It is easier to explain to a noob with basic high-school math knowledge. It is easier to securely self-implement by an intermediate programmer (Yes I know one should never 'roll their own' but this is just a metric of comparing simplicity) Can be done by h...

 
8:52 PM
@bdegnan any link for those?
By the way, Intels code was leaked.
 

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