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I'll explain my case with an example. Say, I've 2 words,

  1. FOOTBALL

  2. FOOD

Let f(FOOTBALL) = 845614,

f(FOOD) = 74312

and f(FO) = 132

Is there any method to get f'(845614, 2) = 132 and f'(74312,2) = 132

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  • $\begingroup$ what hypotesys do you have on $f$? $\endgroup$ – dcolazin May 12 at 9:36
  • $\begingroup$ f is just a function to transform alphabet to numeric. The function f is not defined , it can be any set of operations. The integer values are example not the real values. $\endgroup$ – AdrienBruce May 12 at 9:50
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    $\begingroup$ In general you can do nothing: an example is the en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One-time_pad $\endgroup$ – dcolazin May 12 at 9:53
  • $\begingroup$ Conversion of Numeric to Corresponding Alphabets is Possible. 845614 <-> FOOTBALL. But is there any way to get first n letters of actual word if i give any parameters to the decryption function. i.e f'(845614,2) - >FO, f'(845614,3) - >FOO, $\endgroup$ – AdrienBruce May 12 at 10:02
  • $\begingroup$ so you have a function $f$ determined by the values $f(A), \ldots, f(Z)$? $\endgroup$ – dcolazin May 12 at 14:06

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