Caesar Cipher in Java (Encryption and Decryption)

Here you will get program for caesar cipher in Java for encryption and decryption.

Caesar Cipher is an encryption algorithm in which each alphabet present in plain text is replaced by alphabet some fixed number of positions down to it. Take below example.

Plain Text: ABCD

Key: 3

Cipher Text (Encrypted Message): DEFG

As key is 3 so each alphabet will be replaced by an alphabet 3 places down to it.

Caesar Cipher in Java (Encryption and Decryption)

To decrypt a cipher text, the reverse of encryption process is followed.

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Below I have shared the program to implement this algorithm in Java.

Program for Caesar Cipher in Java



Enter a message:
Azk nMQ ls
Enter key:
Encrypted Message = Dcn qPT ov



Enter a message:
abz gpQ
Enter key:
Decrypted Message = yzx enO

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