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COMP 122 Lab 7 Lab Report and Source Code

COMP 122 Week 7 iLab
The focus of this lab is on using strings. You will have an opportunity to work with both C
style strings and the string data type. This lab also gives you an opportunity to use what you
have learned previously, including using functions, array processing, repetition, and selection.
You will also have an opportunity to work with file input and output.
You are to design and implement a program which does encryption and decryption of data
from files. Encryption is the process of taking plain lines of text and performing some
algorithmic transformation on the data to create an encrypted line of text which looks
nothing like the original. Decryption is the process of taking an encrypted line of text and
performing some algorithmic transformation on the data to recover the original line of plain
text.
Encryption and Decryption Approach
Our approach to encryption and decryption involves two strings. The first is an encryption /
decryption string which we will allow to be up to 128 lower case alphabetical characters in
length. The second string is a line of text from a file that is to be encrypted or decrypted.
Our basic strategy for encrypting data is based on mapping alphabetical characters to specific
values, then doing some simple mathematical operations to create a new value. First of all,
every character in either the encryption string or the input string is mapped to a number
between 0 and 25 based on its position in the alphabet.
=0
=1
= 25

The mapped value of a character is easily obtained by doing the following:
For lower case characters, subtract 'a' from the character.
For upper case characters, subtract 'A' from the character.
To calculate the modified value of the first character of input we add its mapped value to the
mapped value from the first character of the encryption string. This modified value is then
adjusted using % 26 to make sure that the final modified value is within the 0 - 25 range. To
create the final encrypted character value for the first character, simply do the following:
For lower case characters, add 'a' to the modified value.
For upper case characters, add 'A' to the modified value.
This is done for each alphabetic character in the input string. Non-alphabetic characters
simply maintain their present value. If the input string is longer than the encryption string,
simply reuse mapped values from the encryption string. For instance, if the encryption string
has 10 characters (index values 0 - 9), when processing the 11th input character (index 10),
simply use the input character index % length of encryption string (in this case 10 % 10 is 0) to
select the value from the encryption string to use for mapping.
The decryption process is basically the same as the encryption process. The only difference is
the value of the mapped character from the encryption string.
For lower case encryption, the mapped from encryption string - 'a'
For upper case encryption, the mapped from encryption string - 'A'
For lower case decryption, the mapped - (character from encryption string - 'a')
For upper case decryption, the mapped - (character from encryption string - 'A')
Program Requirements
Your program must meet the following requirements:
1. You must ask the user if they want to perform an encryption or decryption operation.
2. You must ask the user to enter the name of the file they want to encrypt or decrypt.
3. You must get an encryption key from the user which can be up to 128 characters. The key
must be all lower case alphabetic characters.
4. You must have a function which takes the encryption key and creates an encryption map
from it. For each character in the encryption key string, subtract the lower case letter 'a' and
store the result in the corresponding encryption map array.
5. You must have a function which takes the encryption key and creates a decryption map
from it. For each character in the encryption key string, subtract the lower case letter 'a' from
it. Then subtract that result from 26 and store the value in the corresponding decryption map
array.

6. You must have a function which will do the encryption or decryption transformation. This
function takes the following parameters:
A constant C string containing the line of text to be transformed.
A constant C character array which contains the encryption or decryption map.
An integer which contains the length of the encryption map.
A string reference (output) which will contain the encrypted or decrypted string upon
completion.
The core of the encryption / decryption algorithm is as follows:
For each character (the ith character) in the text input line do the following:
if the character is not alphabetical, add it to the end of the output string
if the character is lower case alphabetical
subtract the character 'a' from the character
get the ith % map length element from the map and add it to the character
adjust the value of the character % 26 to keep it within the alphabet
add the character 'a' to the character
add the encrypted character value to the end of the output string
if the character is upper case alphabetical
do the same thing as for lower case except use 'A' instead of 'a'
7. For decryption, the main program should create an ifstream for the file to be decrypted. It
should use the getline method of the ifstream to read lines from the file, call the encryption /
decryption function with the line to be decrypted, and display the string which contains the
result of the encryption / decryption function call. Repeat until the ifstream reaches the end
of the file, then close the ifstream.
8. For encryption, the main program should create an ifstream for the file to be encrypted. It
should also create an ofstream for the file where the encrypted result will be stored. The file
name for this file can be gotten from the user or can be the input file name with a special

extension added at the end. The getline method of the ifstream is used to read lines from the
input file. Then the encryption / decryption function is called to encrypt the line. Display the
string containing the result and write the string to the ofstream. Close the ifstream and
ofstreams when finished.
9. Make sure that your program allows the user to encrypt / decrypt more than one file per
session. This means adding a loop which allows the entire program to repeat until the user
has nothing more to do.
Hints
1. Use C strings for the encryption string and the file names. Use char arrays for the
encryption and decryption maps. You cannot treat these as C strings because the maps can
contain 0 as a valid data item rather than the end of string marker.
2. Use a string type variable to hold the encrypted and decrypted strings. The string type
allows you to add characters to the end of a string using thepush_back method, and it allows
you to dump the contents of the string using the erase method.
3. For input streams, you can use the eof method to determine when you have reached the
end of a file.
4. Use a character array to read data from the files. Set the maximum length for this buffer to
be 256 characters.
Development Strategy
I would recommend that you build this project in two phases. The first phase should
concentrate on getting the encryption and decryption map functions and the encryption /
decryption function working. You can test this by using fixed C strings for the input line and
the encryption string. Call the map functions, then encrypt the fixed input string, output the
result, then decrypt the encrypted string and output the result. When your final output is the
same as the original input, your encryption / decryption functions are working. The second
phase adds the file operations.
Testing and Deliverables
When you think you have a working program, use Notepad to create a file with plain text in
it. You should enter some different length lines containing a variety of characters. Your file
should have at least 10 lines. You should try using short and long encryption keys. Using your
program, encrypt the file, then decrypt the encrypted file. Take a screen shot of your
decrypted output and paste it into a Word document. Also copy the contents of your original
file and the encrypted file into the Word document. Clearly label the contents of the Word
document. Then copy your source code into your document. Make sure that you have used
proper coding style and commenting conventions!

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