1994-04-27 - Re: Publishing code books

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From: habs@warwick.com (Harry S. Hawk)
To: rishab@dxm.ernet.in
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UTC Datetime: 1994-04-27 17:29:23 UTC
Raw Date: Wed, 27 Apr 94 10:29:23 PDT

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From: habs@warwick.com (Harry S. Hawk)
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 94 10:29:23 PDT
To: rishab@dxm.ernet.in
Subject: Re: Publishing code books
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> But the listings for a library of ciphers are. Besides OCRs are quite good
> nowadays, you don't really have to print in an OCR font.

But not good enough.

You can spell check a newspaper article but not "code." OCR fonts
I think would help. I think the code would still have to be
manually proofed ...