dev-enigma - Let's implement an Enigma machine as a char device just for fun.

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It is a way to put an Enigma Machine under your /dev sub-directory. Yes, it is about a char device which emulates an Enigma. The device was written to run on more than one platform. Well, I think that the Figure 1 clarifies any question about supported platforms.Figure 1: A lousy but effective joke.

https://github.com/rafael-santiago/dev-enigma

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