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 2 years ago
I'm having some problems understanding the beginning of ps4, the Caesar Cipher. The set begins asking you to write two small functions, build_coder and build_encoder. The description for build_encoder tells you to use build_coder, but I can't figure out why they're both necessary. Both should return a dictionary with the original letters as keys and the encrypted letters as values. What's the difference?
 2 years ago
I'm having some problems understanding the beginning of ps4, the Caesar Cipher. The set begins asking you to write two small functions, build_coder and build_encoder. The description for build_encoder tells you to use build_coder, but I can't figure out why they're both necessary. Both should return a dictionary with the original letters as keys and the encrypted letters as values. What's the difference?

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rsmith6559
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0For recursive solutions, a wrapper function is sometimes needed to initiate the recursion, which may be the case here.
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