Cryptic Quoter by Cranwell 4msg
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  IBM+ or HAL- will change every letter into next / previous letter in alphabet.

      A X Y D L B A A X R 
 is   L O N G F E L L O W 
One letter stands for another. In this example, A is used for the three L's, X for the O's, etc.
 Single letters, apostrophes, the length and formation of the words are all hints. In each quote
 the code letters are different.
To use program: 
Click "Quote" to get a random quote from memory. Then click a letter on the top alphabet row then
 click a letter in the bottom alphababette row.
This will change all of the letters in quote from whatever you picked as the top letter into 
whatever you picked as the bottom letter. After you click the top row you can click the bottom 
row over and over if you like. You don't have to worry about changing a letter into some letter
 that is already being used... the program automatically corrects by switching them... sometimes 
even inadvertently correctly positioning the other letter also. 
If you need help... you can click "link" and you will get a link with the entire text area state 
included in it. 
Send it to a friend and they might be able to help. 
You can also send someone a specific built-in quote by adding a question mark and the number of 
the quote to the address of this page, like so...

(that would be for quote number 104)

You can also enter your own quote or anything you want then click "Scramble", then let someone 
else figure out your quote or copy and send in emails for use worldwide 
To save anything in this display box... click "save" (number of saves will be shown). When you're 
done click "print" and show page.
You can find and use the same quote again by entering its number in the small quote number box 
then clicking anywhere else on the page. To find out how many quotes are in memory... Enter in 
a large number (777) then click anywhere else and it will revert to last quote.
You can enter a name or any word(s) in this box then click "Search" and it will hopefully find
"Next"  will give more results (if any). 
You can also use "search" as a way to find out an unknown singleton (letter in quote used 
only once)... just put in what you think might be the Quoter's name (or word) and search it, 
if it comes up in the search... you were right.  
If you're sure you have a correct letter... 
You can lock-it-out so it doesn't get accidentally changed, (they're the check boxes 
underneath the alphabets)
If you have "Special" checked and are using lowercase... it will uppercase whatever 
letter you choose. (this makes what you've done easy to see)
To lowercase an unwanted letter... uncheck "Special" and click the same alphabet 
letter top and bottom.    
"Woof" (when checked) will add a "Wheel of Fortune" type display under quote.
"Special" also has to be checked for the Woof letter to show up.
If you uncheck "Special" you can turn off the Woof letter using same alpha top and bottom 
"Count" will count every letter in the quote then display findings,
"Buster" will count then replace frequently used letters with the most frequently used letters 
in the English language (in order)... 
e t a o i n s r h l d c u m f p g w y b v k x j q z
This order is also used... eairtonslcupmdhgbyfvwkxzqj
The larger the quote... the better the odds of getting something actually readable. A lot of
 times the letters are only one or two places off from correct, so replacement is much easier. 
You can click "scramble" then "buster"  again and get a different result (maybe) because if 
this were the quote... "nnbbeeffmmzzoo" or this...
...what would you have picked as the most frequently used letter?
The most commonly used words in the English language in order of frequency:
the and to of a I in was he that it his her you as had with for she not at but be my on have 
him is said me which by so this all from they no were if would or when what there been one 
could very an who them Mr we now more out do are up their your will little than then some 
into any well much about time know should man did like upon such never only good how before
 other see must am own come down say after think made might being Mrs again 
Two letter word Frequencies:
to of in he it as at be my on is me by so no if or an we do up am go us oh ye 
In two letter words, A's, I's and U's have to be first.
E's and Y's always second. O's can be either... 
am me if do of up my
an be in no on us by
as he is so 
at we it to or
   ye    go oh
Start of Word Letter Frequencies:
t a i s o c m f p w 
End of Word Letter Frequencies:
e s d t n y r o l f 
The most common digrams:
th, he, in, en, nt, re, er, an, ti, es, on, at, se, nd, or, ar, al, te, co, de, to, ra, 
et, ed, it, sa, em, ro.
The most common trigrams:
the, and, tha, ent, ing, ion, tio, for, nde, has, nce, edt, tis, oft, sth, men
If you need a hint (tip)... 
You can enter "The Hindenberg" (using all lowercase and no spaces... i.e. "thehindenberg") 
by clicking it in the top alpha-row (You might get the alert "That letter isn't being used"
but that is irrelevant). The program will then pick one random correct letter and show it. 
If you put it in again there is a chance it might pick the same letter at random. So, the 
more you put in "The Hindenberg" the harder it gets. guxyfsh qcff fipy nbun ihy 
"IBM+ or HAL-" will change every letter into next / previous letter in alphabet, 
changing for instance
	H A L into...
	I B M 
 So... of course, if you click it 26 times it will come back to start