Date

Due: Monday, September 26, 11:00 AM

Write a program called caesar.py to decode text that was encoding using the Caesar cipher.

Caesar's cihper works by shifting every letter in a piece of text three characters over, so "A" becomes "D", "B" becomes "E", etc.

An example run of the program might look like:

Enter your cipher text: zhofrph wr xyd!
The decoded phrase is: welcome to uva!

An example run of the program might look like:

Enter your cipher text: fv 1110 lv pb idyrulwh fodvv!!!
The decoded phrase is: cs 1110 is my favorite class!!!

Note: To make it easier, convert all text to lowercase before doing any conversion. We will be checking for lowercase letters only. However, you should allow all punctuation and spacing to go through unchanged.

Submission: Please submit one .py file named caesar.py to the POTD submission system at https://archimedes.cs.virginia.edu/cs1110/. (note the spelling: ae not e or ea; and ar not er)