**Invent with Python**

by Al Sweigart

**Publisher**: inventwithpython.com 2011**Number of pages**: 165

**Description**:

This book describes several encryption programs for various ciphers, along with how to write programs that can break these ciphers. The book is for complete beginners, it will teach you how to encrypt and decrypt messages.

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