This is my LFSR Program. On the left, you have the letter, in the middle, you have the ASCII equivalent, and on the right, you have the binary version of the ASCII number. Getting the 0's before the 1's on the decimal to binary conversion was a pain. You don't write a number 0121. You write it 121. That's how my programming language of GML works too. It has been a week since I was with my instructor and now I don't remember how to feed my string to the LFSR for encryption, and I couldn't get into the math lab to find my file, so I guess we'll just be packing this program to him tomorrow.