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Vernam cipher

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— # Vernam 2.3.0

### Synopsis A simple vernam (or OTP) encryption / decription program in python

— ### Code Example Encode message “super_secret_message” with key “very_secret_key”, store in variable “encoded”, and print as a list. ~~~ >>> encoded = vernam(“super_secret_message”, “very_secret_key”) >>> print( encoded ) ~~~

Decode message stored in variable “encoded” with key “very_secret_key”, store in variable “decoded”, and print as a string. ~~~ >>> decoded = vernam(encoded, “very_secret_key”) >>> print( “”.join(decoded) ) ~~~ — ### Installation Install: ~~~ >>> $ pip install vernam ~~~ Import: ~~~ >>> $ from vernam import vernam ~~~ — ### CLI Usage ~~~ vernam <message> <key> ~~~ — ### License [MIT Licence](https://choosealicense.com/licenses/mit/#)

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