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OMG ! I found something -.-

I cant encrypt but weirdly, i can encrypt with the au3 posted in example script called "BetaPad" or something like that

It returned 10249CAA2F88B4EB with i tried to encrypt in the BetaPad with password "test" ..

WHy is it so ?

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OMG ! I found something -.-

I cant encrypt but weirdly, i can encrypt with the au3 posted in example script called "BetaPad" or something like that

It returned 10249CAA2F88B4EB with i tried to encrypt in the BetaPad with password "test" ..

WHy is it so ?

I don't know. This is the last time I ask you for those results. Then we can move to diagnosing the problem!

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Sadly, i cant copy the

$buffer = StringToBinary("ä")

when i paste into SciTE , it became

$buffer = StringToBinary("?")

Even before i run it -.-

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Sadly, i cant copy the

$buffer = StringToBinary("ä")

when i paste into SciTE , it became

$buffer = StringToBinary("?")

Even before i run it -.-

Now wtf were you on about before? WE CAN ONLY HELP YOU IF YOU HELP US!

Try changing the encoding in SciTe. File -> Encoding.

If not I will give you a fix.

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zzz, i tried changed encoding to all but it all returned

StringToBinary Returned: 0x3F
BinaryToString Returned:?
$buffer = StringToBinary(Chr (228))
$output = "StringToBinary Returned: " & $buffer & @CRLF
MsgBox(4096, "String() representation" , $buffer)
$buffer = BinaryToString($buffer)
$output &= "BinaryToString Returned:" & $buffer & @CRLF
MsgBox(4096, "BinaryToString() ANSI representation" , $buffer)
ClipPut ($output)

And wtf does zzz mean?

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If i use

$buffer = StringToBinary(ChrW (228))

it returned

StringToBinary Returned: 0x3F
BinaryToString Returned:?

P.S. : Can you tell me which encoding i should use ? Because i dont want to waste so much time try all the encodings.

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