Ciphers and Basic Python

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  • Created by: krivovl01
  • Created on: 17-10-19 11:04
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  • Computer Science
    • Ciphers
      • Substitution
        • A cipher which substitutes each letter, number or character with a different one
        • Key
          • The key in a substitution cipher is how far each letter has being moved.
        • Julius Cæsar
          • The Cæsar cipher, created by Julius Cæsar, has a key of 3
      • Transposition
        • A cipher in which the letters, numbers and characters have being moved around
      • Encryption
        • Plain Text
          • Normal Text, not encrypted
        • Cipher Text
          • Text that has being encrypted so that only people with the key can read it
    • Python
      • Data Types
        • Real/Float
          • A number with a decimal
            • 45.8
        • String
        • Integer
          • A whole number
            • 27
        • Boolean
          • True or False
      • if, elif, else
      • Loops
        • for
        • while
      • print
      • input ()
      • """
  • Julius Cæsar
    • The Cæsar cipher, created by Julius Cæsar, has a key of 3

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