## Simple Encryption Program

A simple encryption system uses a shifting process to hide a message. The value of the shift can be in the range 1 to 26. For example, a shift of 7 means that A = U, B = V, C = W, etc.

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Firstly an extra space is added to the end of the string. To make things little more difficult, spaces within the original text are replaced with QQ before the text is encrypted. Double Q (QQ) was selected because no English word ends in Q or contains QQ.

Additionally, the coded message is printed in blocks of six characters separated by spaces. The last block might not contain six characters.

Write a program that takes the coded text (less than 100 characters), the shift value and prints the decoded original text.

Your program must reject any invalid value for shift and also display a suitable message “INVALID SHIFT VALUE” for the same. Assume all characters are in uppercase.

Test your program for the following data as well as your own data:

Example 1:
INPUT:
CODED TEXT: UHINBY LQQQCH HYLQQ
SHIFT: 7
OUTPUT:
DECODED TEXT: ANOTHER WINNER

Example 2:
INPUT:
CODED TEXT: RUIJQQ EVQQBK SAQQ
SHIFT: 11
OUTPUT:
DECODED TEXT: BEST OF LUCK

Example 3:
INPUT:
CODED TEXT: DKSQQW NAQQUK QQQ
SHIFT: 29
OUTPUT:
INVALID SHIFT VALUE

``````import java.io.*;
class Decoder{
public static void main(String args[])throws IOException{
System.out.print("CODED TEXT: ");
System.out.print("SHIFT: ");
if(s > 26){
System.out.println("INVALID SHIFT VALUE");
return;
}
c = c.toUpperCase();
c = c.replace(" ", "");
c = c.replace("QQ", " ");
String d = "";
for(int i = 0; i < c.length(); i++){
char ch = c.charAt(i);
if(Character.isLetter(ch)){
if(ch + s - 1 <= 90)
d += (char)(ch + s - 1);
else{
char letter = (char)((ch + s - 1) % 90 + 64);
d += letter;
}
}
else
d += ch;
}
System.out.println("DECODED TEXT: " + d);
}
}``````