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You want to know a bit about me?? Run the following code; or not.

from random import shuffle


class cipherText:

    def encode(key,plaintext):



        for i in range(0,len(key)):


        for l in plaintext:
            if l in dic.values():

        return ciphertext,key

    def decode(key,ciphertext,alphabet):
        for i in range(0,len(alphabet)):


        for l in ciphertext:
            if l in dic.keys():

        return plaintext

if __name__=="__main__":
    users = {}
    for i in range(1,9999999):
        users["user%s"%(i)] = "I am a programmer. I like to code.... just .. like.. everyone one HERE etc etc"

        if i == 1209423:
            print cipherText.decode(key,"Tyod od duz$%hwpcb&hx. Ewpcghtp xyh yzd z *chbo&p ypcp, "\
            "&o%p&g '&hwpd' uh $hmp ztm uypcpbhcp *nuuots dn$y z duzup#ptu ot z 'roh' od cpz&&g nttpddp$zcgf "\
            "Ppcdhtz&&g, I'# thu z scpzu *chscz##pc rnu I ptjhg z shhm $yz&&ptsp ztm I &hwp &pzctots tpx #puyhmd "\
            "xyo&p *chscz##ots. I z# z dp&b uznsyu Pguyht, PHP, ztm Cii *chscz##pc, z&uyhnsy #hdu hb #g $hmots "\
            "$yh*d &op ot PHP xpr mpwp&h*#ptu.Suo&& ot #g &pzctots duzsp, ztm z&xzgd xo&&ots uh &pzct #hcp. I &hwp "\
            "uyp Pguyhto$ xzg hb $hmots ztm z# yh*ots uh rp$h#p #hcp *chbo$optu ot dn$y #puyhmh&hsg uychnsy *cz$uo$p "\
            "ztm &pzctots ht Suz$% Owpcb&hx.Mhdu hb z&&, I z# z GNU/Lotnl mopyzcm, z Pptsnot xouy z *zddoht ztm *pt$yptu "\
            "bhc *chscz##ots.",alphabet)

            break #The mold. Send an email to know more, or if to just correct my coding.

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