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    Hello! :)

    Hi everyone!

    I like reverse (code) engineering, programming and cryptography.
    Math is OK too. Can't manage without it in cryptography.

    I'm hoping to get some crypto help from here and
    if anyone has a crypto or programming related question, then maybe I can help.
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    Re: Hello! :)

    Welcome to the MHF family, happy to have you here with us!

    Which programming languages are you proficient in?
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    Re: Hello! :)

    Thanks for the welcome!

    Well, primarily I do Delphi/Pascal, but I'm also good in assembly/MASM (since need good assembly knowledge in RE).
    I can also do some C/C++, but I don't have so much experience with that and I prefer Delphi from high-level languages.
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    Re: Hello! :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Saduff View Post
    Thanks for the welcome!

    Well, primarily I do Delphi/Pascal, but I'm also good in assembly/MASM (since need good assembly knowledge in RE).
    I can also do some C/C++, but I don't have so much experience with that and I prefer Delphi from high-level languages.
    Interesting.

    I remember learning GW-BASIC, then Q-BASIC, then Turbo Pascal... all of that was in high school. In college, I took a FORTRAN and COBOL class... took ANSI C, then C++, then Visual C... And today, I primarily code in PHP.

    Even though programming languages change in syntax, it's still the same principles of pseudocode and logic.

    Looking forward to learning more about you on the MHF site!
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    Re: Hello! :)

    Hei, everyone,.Thanks for welcome,.
    I interest to functional analysis in differential equations.

    I hope get more knowing about Analysis more and more. Specially in Continuous function space.
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