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Subject:   Caesars I, II, III
Author: Bethany
Date: Jan 27 2004

Glad to hear you are enjoying the tool.  There are two other versions of Caesar
Cipher, though I don't think they are exactly what you're looking for, you may
still find them of use:


Caesar Cipher 2 encodes text for you, but then it is the users responsibility to
determine what the multiplier and add-on must be to decode it.

Caesar Cipher 3 has some pre-defined coded text and the user is supposed to
decipher the message.

Let me know what you think, I'm always appreciative to have teacher

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On Jan 27, 2004, Chris Koeppen wrote:

The Caesar Cipher tool seems to be a real interesting tool combining both
mathematics and historical information that students and adults alike do not
know or even learn in their childhood education. I especially like how it
employs modular arithmatic, a somtimes seeminly dry topic in the classroom and
makes it interesting. I am interested in if there is a way to reverse the coding
so that you can take a coded text and use the tool and different variables to
get the original text back. I just may have not looked at it close enough yet
but was wondering if anyone knows anything about that from prior usage.


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