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Let's see if I got the requirements down:

  • Command line encrypter [sic]
  • Encrypt it with no problem

Given that the OP's requirements did not specify that the resultant output of the command line encrypter must be able to be interpreted, I present...

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; my ($final, $rot); $_ = shift; open (INFILE, $_) || die "Can't open $_: $!"; while (<INFILE>) { foreach (split //) { if (/[a-m]/i) { $rot = 13; } elsif (/[n-z]/i) { $rot = -13; } else { $rot = 0; } $final .= chr(ord() + $rot); } } close(INFILE); print $final;


In reply to Rot13 (was Re: Perl Obsfucate Or Encrypter) by cciulla
in thread Perl Obsfucate Or Encrypter by sohaib

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