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Need a cool function with this domain:

  1. Apr 21, 2013 #1
    So I made a program that, so far, converts a password to a string of the binary representation of its successive ASII characters. Here's some output for an example:

    "gs0dpsrln2" --------> 01100111011100110011000001100100011100000111001101110010011011000110111000110010
    "8zoxdsjt9y" --------> 00111000011110100110111101111000011001000111001101101010011101000011100101111001
    "yok9hn9df0" --------> 01111001011011110110101100111001011010000110111000111001011001000110011000110000
    "tg5kc1ujyl" --------> 01110100011001110011010101101011011000110011000101110101011010100111100101101100
    "ucyljs" --------> 011101010110001101111001011011000110101001110011
    "h7kl9f3odi" --------> 011010000011011101101011011011000011100101100110001100110110111101100100011010010
    "dtgrv 3d7c" --------> 011001000111010001100111011100100111011000100000001100110110010000110111011000110
    "ghp0" --------> 01100111011010000111000000110000
    "dsw 0qukgk" --------> 011001000111001101110111001000000011000001110001011101010110101101100111011010110
    "qh3zz0j1vk" --------> 011100010110100000110011011110100111101000110000011010100011000101110110011010110


    Now I want something mathematical to do with these strings of 0's and 1's.
     
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  3. Apr 21, 2013 #2
    I've got a cool function!

    ##f: \mathbb{R}\rightarrow\mathbb{R} \\ f(x) = 0##


    It's a function that equals its derivative at every single point. It must be cool!
    Specify what you want, please. :tongue:
     
  4. Apr 22, 2013 #3
    Same is true of e^x and I'd say it's a lot more interesting than that. :)
     
  5. Apr 22, 2013 #4

    jhae2.718

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    Look at cryptographically-secure hash functions.
     
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