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Bhola_#1
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re: help me in developing a vhdl or verilog code for RC6 Algorithm as its my final year project
Bhola_#1   10/30/2010 4:51:34 AM
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Krishna...I agree with Frank...you should be looking for right direction instead expecting to get final draft from someone.

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ReneCardenas   10/27/2010 11:47:43 PM
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Rich, you have great point from the ethics point of view. I read between the lines a harsh statement to this young student aspirations for a free ride. In that respect I am in agreement, however I assume that all he may need is some guidance on reference material. eewiz, give the kid a break.

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re: help me in developing a vhdl or verilog code for RC6 Algorithm as its my final year project
eewiz   10/24/2010 3:04:13 PM
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Oh. great. The kids started posting HW questions here. letme help http://lmgtfy.com/?q=rc6+verilog

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old account Frank Eory   10/23/2010 10:36:43 PM
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@krishna -- Uh...dude, did you read the wikipedia article on RC6 and the references? Code and a block diagram. I'm not sure how much more help you're going to get than that. Seriously, asking to be pointed in the right direction for a school project is one thing, but don't expect others to do the work for you.

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re: help me in developing a vhdl or verilog code for RC6 Algorithm as its my final year project
T in Az   10/23/2010 5:23:12 PM
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Isn't it your final year project?

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help me in developing a vhdl or verilog code for RC6 Algorithm as its my final year project
krishna2728   10/23/2010 1:57:05 PM
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for both encryption and decription



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