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    πŸ†The winner is:
    Bartek N., Poland

    Congrats to all the participants

    πŸš€ The Eagle has landed… One small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind. πŸš€

    πŸ”Ž Zoinks! Looks like we've got another mystery on our hands! πŸ”

    Celebrating 49 years since Scooby Doo’s first debut, The Mystery gang has a new mission and they are going to investigate it.

    Although they solved the mystery and caught the villain, they must release the prisoner that is held captive in a tech chamber. But for that, they need your algorithm thinking. In order to open the door you will have to encode a text using numbers.

    Solve the exercise in JavaScript, PHP, Python, Ruby, C++, C#, C or Java and help the Mystery gang release the prisoner.

    πŸŽ₯ REWARD: a super cool Samsung Spherical 360 degree 4K Camera


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    Starts on September 5 - Ends on October 8

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    Matrix encoding
    You want to encode a text using numbers, and you are using 2 matrix of size 5x5, A and B...