Cryptogram: The science is not the technology

The author of the statement below was a logician who created the shortest-path algorithm and the first Algol 60 compiler.

Born in the Netherlands, he studied mathematics and physics before turning to the then-new field of programming. The University of Texas at Austin, where he taught for many years, maintains an archive of his writings, many scanned into Adobe Portable Document Format from the handwritten originals. He was known for his witty sayings as well as his objections to the GOTO statement.

Decode this quote by substituting one letter for another. You have to figure out the code yourself, but here's a hint: X equals M

S Q X W G M K E Z S B K D S K B Z D Q X Q E K

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N R Q G M S Q X W G M K E Z M V N D

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N Z M E Q D Q X P B Z N R Q G M M K F K Z S Q W K Z.

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'K Y Z A K E Y B U C Z M E N (1930-2002)

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Answer


COMPUTER SCIENCE IS NO MORE




ABOUT COMPUTERS THANS




ASTRONOMY IS ABOUT TELESCOPES.




'EDSGER DIJKSTRA


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