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Meeting resistance, he had embarked on cranking through the settings by hand, only todiscover that it was even worse—the period was only 32 × 32.
His algebraic work on this problem stimulated some pure-mathematical offshoots which hekept for himself.
There was some cryptographic consultation at Hanslope too.
He was asked to check that the Rockex key-tapes that were being generated by electronicnoise were, in fact, sufficiently random.
Unprotected by the buffer of a Hut 4 or a Hugh Alexander in such dealings with the military, there were often failures of communication.
Speaking too technically about 'the imaginary part of the error', he found the top brass hadstopped listening.
What he perceived as incompetence and stupidity would often send him into a black mood.
In that case he would often take off for a run round the large field at the south of the HanslopePark mansion to work off his feelings.