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One of the oldest ciphers that I've read about was what is called the "Caesar Shift" cipher. In this cipher, each letter is replaced by the one a fixed distance away, say 2 characters. So, by way of example, "ABC" would then become "CEF". Julius Ceasar is credited for creating this cipher and thus it bears his name.

I have taken this very simple cipher and have extended it so that you can put in the number of characters to shift, the types of characters to shift, etc. Enjoy!

ShiftCount =

ShiftType =

User Char Set =

Encodes to

Decodes to

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