KS2 Computing -Code breaking with Caesar Ciphers - Small bit of help.

last edited May 07 2017 by Richmond Mathewson | Created by Richmond Mathewson | Other contributors:

Circles sectioned into 26 parts


Having pointed out that the images for coding wheels were functionally useless, having 24 sections instead of 26 (there are 26 letters in the English alphabet), I am uploading some templates with 26 sections.

After all, there is nothing whatsoever wrong with the exercise as such.

I have also uploaded Macintosh, Windows and Linux versions of the Cipher wheel as well as the Source Code (LiveCode > 8.1.3).

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