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There was an email wandering around the Net. It said that we can read messages whose words are jumbled as long as the first and the last letter are in the correct place.

For example, can you make out this message:
Smoe poelpe tkae cghllaene, wlihe orhets run.

I have this crazy thought of writing some web script to scramble words fed to it. The idea is to avoid some translator software to understand your message (in case it is written in non-English language): only people who speak that language can understand. So, just copy the text you want to cipher into the textbox and let the program scramble it for you. There's no reverse engine for this. So, once it is ciphered, you can't decipher it. I'm too damn lazy to write the reversal program :P Have a nice try!


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