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Getting StartedThis program uses substitution ciphers to encode and decode messages (Caesar ciphers or otherwise), along with a function that will automatically decode Caesar ciphers with an unknown key value. This is what it looks like when the user first opens the program:
A caesar cipher Tkinter Python program. Can encrypt or decrypt caesar cipher with any shift key (1-26), you can also use the Brute Force button and it will take an encrypted key, and test all 26 shift keys and you can search through them to see which one seems right.
News23/05/2012 Updated version 1.2o released available from download tabs. Updates/changes are logged in the Wiki. 21/05/2012 CAESAR-lisflood 1.2n released available from download tabs. Updates/changes are logged in the Wiki. 26/11/2011 source code for CAESAR-lisflood 1.1d released available from downloads tab. IntroductionCaesar Lisflood is a geomorphological / Landscape evolution model that combines the Lisflood-FP 2d hydrodynamic flow model (Bates et al, 2010) with the CAESAR geomorphic model