You will be deciphering a given message. It is encrypted with a Caesar Cipher (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caesar_cipher) that increases by 2 after every 3 characters (including symbol characters, which are not encoded), starting at key = 5. You should save this message to a file using a text editor. Then, your program will prompt the user for the name of the file, decrypt the message stored in the file, and then write the decrypted message to a new file called solution.txt.
A sample message talking about getting 5 points of extra credit appears below:
Htsnyhcdjwlevbah! Pfl zxo afsb dwusb srnsyz!
(We may try other sample messages when we test your program.)
Make sure your key does not exceed 26, the number of letters in the alphabet. Consider using modulo division to help.
Make sure you “roll” around the alphabet correctly. For example, if the input letter is “D” and the key is currently 5, subtracting 5 from D’s code would result in you being 1 before A (64). You should add back the code for the letter Z to roll to the end of the alphabet.
For coders in other languages: You can do math directly with letters, such as ‘D’ – ‘A’.