## New to Python; Trying a Hash

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### New to Python; Trying a Hash

Hello... first post on this great site! I was curious as to how to go about creating a simple little program to has individual or strings of characters. I'm sure there are numerous ways to do this, but I want something simple to start with, then I can add and modify ways later on as I explore.. Any idea's or links to such feats?
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LostinCyberia
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### Re: New to Python; Trying a Hash

A good start would be to look at more basic algorithms that you can visualize working in a program. Probably the caesar cipher would be a good start.

-- Fri Jul 27, 2012 7:13 am --

And because I like Python, I wrote a quick example for you

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`# here you goshift = 2ans = raw_input("enter letter " )#print ans[]new =  ord(ans) + shiftprint chr(new)`

It works on one letter, perhaps you could change it and make it better

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### Re: New to Python; Trying a Hash

Thanks for your reply! I came up with this one. It's just a numerical cipher

# A Simple Casser Cipher

shift = 4

outcome = input ("Enter Value Here ")

print "The Ciphered text is: "
print outcome + shift
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### Re: New to Python; Trying a Hash

I like what you did with the numbers but maybe something that starts to get more practical would work too, I changed my original slightly:

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`text = 'abcdefhijklmopqrstuvwxyz'new = [''] * len(text)shift = 4for i in range (0, len(text)):    new[i] = chr(ord(text[i]) + shift)print new`

Trying this in c++ is interesting too,

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