Caesar's Cipher Reimagined: An Encryption/Decryption Program!
This repl is a Python project that encrypts and decrypts messages for the user.
This repl was created based on Caesar's Cipher.
Caesar's Cipher was an early type of encryption that "rotated" all of the letters of a message a certain direction using a key. For example, the message "test" with a key of 3 would become whvw.
All you have to do to get your own encrypted message is press "c" and follow the instructions on the screen! To decrypt, press "d" and follow the instructions on the screen.
What makes this project different is that, instead of changing all of the letters in the message by the same increment, each character has its own unique key by which it is shifted. For example, test would be encrypted with a key of 6948 would be znw2.
If you want to check out the repl in Apps, click Here.
Please comment if you enjoyed this program or found any bugs!
Also, please comment if you find any thrown errors or if you have any suggestions to improve this repl!
@RahulChoubey1 Oh! You are typing in the wrong value there. The numeric key goes in that slot, ex. 15551135421. The encrypted message goes in the next prompted statement.
The program asks for the key, ex. 123452132,
Then, the program asks for the message, ex. goanfkandf.
You just switched the two values. Don't worry, you pointing that out made me realize that I should add error handling, stay tuned for an update! Thanks!
EDIT: I added error handling