# Jumbli

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Sent you a PM to explain in more detail.
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Back to front (should be far to near), but yes the correct numbers

Can you tell me how you solved it (in a spoiler) as their may be other ways of solving it that I didn't intend.

Thanks
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No correct answers so far and I see someone has given it a bad rating so it must be too obscure. Sorry about that.

Old clues:

New clue:

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No. Sorry. Read my earlier hints.
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Sorry, no.
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Sorry, no.
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Yes, that is what I mean by the previous spoiler.
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I may have made this too difficult.

Here are a summary of tips:

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No, sorry. Try my hints / spoilers.
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12. Jumbli added a post in a topic

Sorry, no.

Maybe I need to provide the information I have given in the above hints from the start. Have a look at them and see what you think.
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13. Jumbli added a post in a topic

Yes, the symbols are clues.
Yes, you do need to get 5 digits from the two groups of 5 digits.

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Here is a tip if you need one:

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Hi,

I created a puzzle for a project I am working on, but I find it hard to be objective about it's suitability because I obviously know the answer. I have no idea if the answer is blindingly obvious or totally obscure. I would appreciate you having a look and giving me some feedback.

The have to derive a 5 digit code from the following:

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