Dec 092017
 
Rot13 message shrouding encryption/decryption with C source code, Usenet standard for not offending sensitive individuals with strongly worded or off-color messages.
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Rot13 message shrouding encryption/decryption with C source code, Usenet standard for not offending sensitive individuals with strongly worded or off-color messages.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
README 866 465 deflated
ROT13.C 2086 911 deflated
ROT13.EXE 9446 5738 deflated
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated

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Contents of the README file


Rot13 is a short program that performs Usenet-standard rot13
encryption. This is done by taking the input letter and shifting it
left by 13 characters, so an A becomes an N, a B becomes an O, and so
forth.

Syntax: rot13 [input [output]]

If no filenames are specified, rot13 reads from stdin and writes to
stdout. If one filename is specified, rot13 reads from that file and
writes to stdout. If two filenames are specified, rot13 reads from the
first file and writes to the second file.

The author is me, Marc Unangst. Various ways of contacting me are:

[email protected]
...!umich!leebai!mudos!mju
Marc Unangst of 1:2200/[email protected]

Rot13 is Copyright 1990 Marc Unangst. All Rights Reserved. Distribution
permitted under the terms of the GNU Copyleft agreement. Copies of this
agreement are available from the author.


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