Hey, I've created a code. Do any of you want to break it?

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  1. RiardasMikelioni
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    I had nothing to do today so I created a code. Try to decipher this message and message me. I will tell you if you are right.
    The code:
    01111111000011110000011100111111
    01111111000000110111111101111111
    01111111000111110000111100000011
    00001111001111110000000100000111

    00000111111111111111111111111111
    00000111011111110111111100000011
    01111111000111110001111101111111
    01111111000011110111111100011111
    01111111011111110000000100000111
    11111111011111110000011100111111
    01111111011111110011111100001111

    01111111000001110001111100000011
    00000001011111110011111100001111
    01111111011111110111111100111111
    01111111000000010001111100001111
    00111111011111110000011100000011
    00000011000001110111111100000001
    0000000101111111
    Have fun! :D
     
  2. Ubuntuの刀

    Ubuntuの刀 :^D

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    can anyone confirm that there is a message behind this?
     
  3. RiardasMikelioni
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    Yes there is. This is not binary.
     
  4. ComeTurismO

    ComeTurismO CTO

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    can you give a hint in FINDING the message?
     
  5. RiardasMikelioni
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    You need to take 8 numbers at a time. For example 01111111.
     
  6. Sterling

    Sterling GBAtemp's Silver Hero

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    Pretty sure it's just p00p written several times. Considering this cluster in particular produced a legible result when properly spaced and plugged into a translator, I'd say it's some doctored binary.

    01111111 00000001
    00000001 01111111