encrypt a message 1

One way to encrypt a message is to use a date’s 6 digits to shift the letters.For example,if a date is picked as December 18, 1946, then the 6 digits are 121846. Assume the dates are in the 20thcentury. To encrypt a message, you will shift each letter of the message by the number of spaces indicated by the corresponding digit. For example, to encrypt“Hello World” with 121846, the letter H shifts 1 space, making it I; e shifts two spaces, making it g, and so on until you have finished enciphering.The shifted message is “Igmts Cptml”. Note that W shifts 6 spaces, causing you to wrap around back to the beginning of the alphabet, landing at C.

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