Problem Solving And Python Programming 2ed


Author: Kulkarni S A

ISBN: 9789388005036

Copy Right Year: 2018

Pages:  682

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If you are learning Python from a beginner’s perspective and with hands-on approach then this is the right book. The major emphasis in this book has been to solve an exhaustive number of programming examples and to understand the concepts surrounding it right from the relevant theory, syntax, and semantics to coding issues. This book is useful for engineering students, beginners and those who want to learn a new programming language. The book adapts Python 3.1 version.

Key features

  • Deals with the language fundamentals and building blocks like operators, variables, keywords, etc.
  • User-defined functions and Python sequences like strings, tuples and lists are dealt in an exhaustive manner.
  • Dictionaries, Files, Modules and Packages are explained in a lucid manner along with exceptions.
  • Case studies are provided for in-depth learning.
  • Programming exercises are provided for students to reassess their programming skills.
  • Exhaustive laboratory exercises are solved.
  • A brief introduction is provided to Pygame along with examples.
  • Mini Python projects are provided for modeling security algorithms and games.
  • University question paper is solved to reinforce academic learning.
  • Sample viva-voce questions are provided to revise unique features of Python language.

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Weight .85 kg
Dimensions 23 × 18 × 3 cm

Table of Content

Chapter 1 Introduction to Programming  

1.1 What is Problem Solving?

1.2 What is Programming?

1.3 Definition of a Program

1.3.1 Characteristics of a computer program

1.4 What is a Software Bug?

1.4.1 What is debugging?

1.5 Programming Errors

1.5.1 Different types of errors

1.6 Natural Language vs. Formal Language

1.7 Programming Paradigm

1.8 Interpreted vs. Compiled

1.9 Typed vs. Typeless Programming Languages

1.10 History of Python

1.10.1 Salient features of Python language

1.10.2 Execution life cycle of a Python program

1.10.3 Debugging a Python program


Chapter 2 Introduction to Algorithms and Flowcharts  

2.1 Algorithms

2.2 Definition of Algorithm

2.3 Characteristics of Algorithms

2.4 Building Blocks of an Algorithm

2.4.1 Sequence

2.4.2 Selection

2.4.3 Repetition

2.5 Notation

2.5.1 Pseudocode

2.5.2 Flowcharts

2.6 Strategies for Developing Algorithms

2.6.1 Advantages of iterative algorithms

2.6.2 Advantages of recursive algorithms

2.7 Solved Examples

2.7.1 Write an iterative algorithm to calculate and print the number of digits

In a given number

2.7.2 Write an iterative algorithm to calculate and print the sum of the given


2.7.3 Write a recursive algorithm to calculate the greatest common divisor

of  the given two integer numbers

2.8 Solved Exercises

2.8.1 Write an algorithm using iterative design to find a minimum in a list

2.8.2 Write an algorithm using iterative design to insert a card in a list of

Sorted cards

2.9 Case Study

2.9.1 Write an algorithm for solving linear search using iterative design

2.9.2 Write an algorithm for solving linear search using recursive design


Chapter 3 Python Installation and Working with IDLE  

3.1 System Configuration

3.2 Downloading Python

3.3 Test Whether Python is Working Properly

3.4 Working on Python with IDLE

3.4.1 Write a Python program to accept user name and prefix it with a

greeting using IDLE

3.5 Installation of Python on Linux

3.5.1 To check Python version

3.5.2 Installing an alternative higher version of Python on Linux (Fedora


3.5.3 To download from internet

3.5.4 To test a Python program

 Chapter 4 Basics of Python Programming  

4.1 What is Python?

4.2 A Typical Structure of a Python Program

4.3 Python Keywords

4.4 Python Variable


4.6 Python Data Types

4.7 Python Literals

4.7.1 Numeric literals

4.7.2 String literals

4.7.3 List of literals in Python

4.7.4 Write a Python program Add to add two complex numbers

c1 = 2 + 3j and c2 = 4 + 7j

4.8 Python Constants

4.8.1 Write a Python program ( using boolean data types

4.9 Python Operators

4.9.1 Arithmetic operators

4.9.2 Relational operators

4.9.3 Assignment operators

4.9.4 Python bitwise operators

4.9.5 Python logical operators

4.9.6 Python identity operators

4.9.7 Python membership operators

4.9.8 Type conversion in Python

4.9.9 Type promotion (coercion) in Python

4.10 Python Operator Precedence

4.10.1 Python expressions


Chapter 5 Python Input and Output Statements  

5.1 Input Statements in Python

5.1.1 input () function

5.2 Output Statements in Python

5.2.1 print() function

5.3 Python String Formatting Options

5.3.1 Write a program in Python to convert a given temperature in Celsius To Fahrenheit and a given temperature in Fahrenheit to Celsius

 5.4 Python Math  Library

5.5 Write a Python Program to Compute Simple Interest (SI) and Compound Interest

(CI) for a Given Principal, Rate of Interest and Duration in Years

5.5.1 Theory

5.5.2 Algorithm

5.5.3 Flowchart

5.5.4 Python program:

5.6 Write a Python Program to Swap Two Variables without using a Third Variable

5.6.1 Theory

5.6.2 Algorithm

5.6.3 Flowchart

5.6.4 Python program: Swap

5.7 Write a Python Program to Print the Ones Place of any Given Integer Number

5.7.1 Theory

5.7.2 Algorithm

5.7.3 Flowchart

5.7.4 Python program:

5.8 Write a Python Program to Compute the Area of a Triangle when the Three

Sides are Given

5.8.1 Theory

5.8.2 Algorithm

5.8.3 Flowchart

5.8.4 Python program: Area

5.9 Random Numbers

5.9.1 Pseudo random numbers

5.9.2 To generate random integer number within a range

5.9.3 To choose a random element from a sequence

5.9.4 To return a list of unique elements from a population of sequence

5.9.5 Write a python program to generate 100 random numbers from a

given range of values

5.9.6 To shuffle a sequence randomly in place

5.9.7 To generate floating point random number

5.9.8 To generate a random number between a range

5.9.9 To generate floating point random number for any given range

5.9.10 Write a Python program to simulate a dice game between User 1 who

is a computer and User 2 who is a human. The greatest dice value

among the users determines the winner


 Chapter 6 Python Programs on Control Structures  

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Conditional Statements

6.3 if Statement

6.4 Write a Python Program to Evaluate Body Mass of a Person to Determine His

Weight Status

6.4.1 Theory

6.4.2 Algorithm

6.4.3 Flowchart

6.4.4 Python program: Weight

6.5 if-else Statement

6.6 Write a Python Program to Compute Whether a Given Year is a Leap

Year or Not

6.6.1 Theory

6.6.2 Algorithm

6.6.3 Flowchart

6.6.4 Python program:

6.7 Write a Python Program to Compute the Roots of Quadratic Equation

6.7.1 Theory

6.7.2 Algorithm

6.7.3 Flowchart

6.7.4 Python program:

6.8 Write a Python Program to Find the Largest Among Three Integer Numbers

6.8.1 Theory

6.8.2 Algorithm

6.8.3 Flowchart

6.8.4 Python program:

6.9 Nested Conditional Statements

6.10 Dangling Else Problem

6.11 if-elif-else Statement

6.12 Write a Python Program to Compute the Percentage and Class of Students

Given  the Average of Six Subject Marks. The Maximum Mark for Each

Subject is100Marks

6.12.1 Theory

6.12.2 Algorithm

6.12.3 Flowchart

6.12.4 Python program:

6.13 Repetition Statements

6.13.1 while loop

6.13.2 Infinite loop

6.13.3 while loop with else

6.14 Write a Program in Python to Compute the Factorial for a Given Number

6.14.1 Theory

6.14.2 Algorithm

6.14.3 Flowchart

6.14.4 Python program:

6.15 Write a Program in Python to Test Whether a Given Number is Prime or Not

6.15.1 Theory

6.15.2 Algorithm

6.15.3 Flowchart

6.15.4 Python program:

6.16 Write a Program in Python to Generate Fibonacci Series for a Given Number

6.16.1 Theory

6.16.2 Algorithm

6.16.3 Flowchart

6.16.4 Python program:

6.17 Write a Program in Python to Compute Whether the Given Integer Number is

A Palindrome

6.17.1 Theory

6.17.2 Algorithm

6.17.3 Flowchart

6.17.4 Python program:

6.18 Write a Python Program to ComputeWhether a Given Number is an Armstrong


6.18.1 Theory

6.18.2 Algorithm

6.18.3 Flowchart

6.18.4 Python program:

6.19 Write a Python Program to Convert a Given Decimal Number to its Corresponding

Binary Number

6.19.1 Theory

6.19.2 Algorithm

6.19.3 Flowchart

6.19.4 Python program:

 6.20 Write a Python Program to Convert a Given Binary Number to its Equivalent

Decimal Number

6.20.1 Theory

6.20.2 Algorithm

6.20.3 Flowchart

6.20.4 Python program: Bin to

6.21 for loop

6.22 Write a Python Program to Compute cos(x) from the Given Series

6.22.1 Theory

6.22.2 Algorithm

6.22.3 Flowchart

6.22.4 Python program: Cos

6.23 Write a Python Program to Compute sin(x) from the Given Series

6.23.1 Theory

6.23.2 Algorithm

6.23.3 Flowchart

6.23.4 Python program: Sine

6.24 Write a Python Program to Compute Pythagorean Triplets up to a Given

Maximum Value

6.24.1 Theory

6.24.2 Algorithm

6.24.3 Flowchart

6.24.4 Python program:

6.25 for loop with else Statement

6.26 Nesting of Loops

6.27 Write a Python Program to Build a Multiplication Table from 1 to 10

6.27.1 Theory

6.27.2 Algorithm

6.27.3 Flowchart

6.27.4 Python program:

6.27.5 Output

6.28 Python break statement

6.29 Role of break Statement in while with else Statement

6.29.1 Role of break statement in for with else statement

6.30 Python continue Statement

6.31 Pass Statement in Python

6.32 Case Study: Prime Number Generation


 Chapter 7 User-defined Functions  

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Syntax of User-defined Function

7.3 Flowchart

7.4 Local Variables and Global Variables

7.5 Return Statement

7.6 Function Arguments in Python

7.6.1 Positional arguments

7.6.2 Keyword arguments

7.6.3 Variable length arguments

7.7 Default Parameter

7.8 Call-by-value vs. Call-by-reference in Python

7.9 Nested Functions in Python

7.10 Closure Function in Python

7.11 Anonymous Function in Python

7.12 Function Composition in Python

7.13 Write a Python Program using Functions to Generate the Floyd’s Triangle for

a Specified Number of Rows

7.13.1 Theory

7.13.2 Algorithm

7.13.3 Flowchart

7.13.4 Python program:

7.14 Write a Python Program using Functions to Compute the Least Common Multiple

(LCM) of Two Given Integers

7.14.1 Theory

7.14.2 Algorithm

7.14.3 Flowchart

7.14.4 Python program:

7.15 Recursive Function in Python

7.16 Case Study


Chapter 8 Python Programs on Strings  

8.1 Strings in Python

8.2 Reading Strings from Keyboard

8.3 Accessing Strings

8.4 Modifying Strings in Python

8.5 String Concatenation

8.6 String Updating

8.7 Finding the Length of a String

8.8 Iterating through a String

8.9 String Member ship Operations

8.10 Built-in String Functions

8.10.1 Converting strings in lowercase to uppercase, vice versa and swapping

the case

8.10.2 Searching in a string

8.10.3 Splitting strings and removing whitespaces

8.10.4 String join, length, replace and miscellaneous string


8.11 Escape Sequences in Python

8.12 Write a Python Program to Check Whether an Entered String is a Palindrome

or Not without using Built-in String Functions Available in Python

8.12.1 Theory

8.12.2 Algorithm

8.12.3 Flowchart

8.12.4 Python program:

8.13 Write a Python Program to Count Separately the Vowels of a Given String

8.13.1 Theory

8.13.2 Algorithm

8.13.3 Flowchart

8.13.4 Python program: Vowel

8.14 Write a Python Program to Compute the Length of an Input String without

using the Built-in Python Function len()

8.14.1 Theory

8.14.2 Algorithm

8.14.3 Flowchart

8.14.4 Python program: String

8.15 Write a Python Program to Count the Number of Characters in a Given Word

8.15.1 Theory

8.15.2 Algorithm

8.15.3 Flowchart

8.15.4 Python program: Char

8.16 Write a Python Program to Check the Bigger of the Two Inputted Strings

8.16.1 Theory

8.16.2 Algorithm

8.16.3 Flowchart

8.16.4 Python program: Biggest

8.17 Write a Python Program to Count the Common Characters in the Two Inputted


8.17.1 Theory

8.17.2 Algorithm

8.17.3 Flowchart

8.17.4 Python program: Common

8.18 Write a Python Program to Count the Occurrences of the Substring in a Given


8.18.1 Theory

8.18.2 Algorithm

8.18.3 Flowchart

8.18.4 Python program:

8.19 Write a Python Program to Check Whether the Characters of an Inputted String

are in Alphabetical Order

8.19.1 Theory

8.19.2 Algorithm

8.19.3 Flowchart

8.19.4 Python program : Alpha

8.20 Write a Python Program to Sort Words Entered by User in Alphabetical Order

8.20.1 Theory

8.20.2 Algorithm

8.20.3 Flowchart

8.20.4 Python program: Sort

8.21 Write a Recursive Python Program to Find Permutation of all Characters in a


8.21.1 Theory

8.21.2 Algorithm

8.21.3 Flowchart

8.21.4 Python program: String

8.22 Case Study


Chapter 9 Python Lists  

9.1 Introduction

9.2 How to Read a List Type from a Keyboard

9.3 Accessing Elements of a List

9.4 Modifying Elements of a List

9.5 Deleting Elements of a List

9.6 Basic List Operations

9.7 Built-in List Functions

9.8 Python List Methods

9.9 Python List Duplication and Comparison of Two Lists

9.10 Write a Python Program to Compute the Sum of Odd and Even Numbers for a

Given Range in a List

9.10.1 Theory

9.10.2 Algorithm

9.10.3 Flowchart

9.10.4 Python program:

9.11 Write a Python Program to Compute Mean, Variance and Standard Deviation

of a List of Numbers

9.11.1 Theory

9.11.2 Algorithm

9.11.3 Flowchart

9.11.4 Python program: Standard

9.12 Write a Python Program to Compute Prime Numbers from 0 to Maximum

Range using Sieve of Eratosthenes

9.12.1 Theory

9.12.2 Algorithm

9.12.3 Flowchart

9.12.4 Python program: Sieve

9.13 Write a Python Program to Compute the Average of Best of Two of Three

Assignment Tests. Maximum Marks for each Assignment is 25. Fractional

Marks in Final Average are Rounded off to the Nearest and Highest Whole


9.13.1 Theory

9.13.2 Algorithm

9.13.3 Flowchart

9.13.4 Python program: Avg Best

9.14 Write a Python Program to Reverse the Members of a Given List

9.14.1 Theory

9.14.2 Algorithm

9.14.3 Flowchart

9.14.4 Python program: Reverse

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9.15 Write a Python Program to Compute the Value of a Given Polynomial of n

degree through Horner’s Method

9.15.1 Theory

9.15.2 Algorithm

9.15.3 Flowchart

9.15.4 Python program:

9.16 Write a Python Program to Search a Given Element in an Integer List using

Binary Search Technique

9.16.1 Theory

9.16.2 Algorithm

9.16.3 Flowchart

9.16.4 Python program: Binary

9.17 Write a Python Program to Sort an Integer List using Bubble Sorting


9.17.1 Theory

9.17.2 Algorithm

9.17.3 Flowchart

9.17.4 Python program: Bubble

9.18 Write a Python Program to Sort an Integer List using Insertion Sorting


9.18.1 Theory

9.18.2 Algorithm

9.18.3 Flowchart

9.18.4 Python program:

9.19 Write a Python Program to Add Two Given Matrices of Size m × n and p × q . 339

9.19.1 Theory

9.19.2 Algorithm

9.19.3 Flowchart

9.19.4 Python program: Matrix

9.20 Write a Python Program to Compute Multiplication of Matrices of Order

m × n and p ×q

9.20.1 Theory

9.20.2 Algorithm

9.20.3 Flowchart

9.20.4 Python program: Matrix

9.21 Write a Python Program to Compute Transpose of a Given Matrix

9.21.1 Theory

9.21.2 Algorithm

9.21.3 Flowchart

9.21.4 Python program: Matrix

9.22 Write a Python Program to Add and Find the Sum of Principal Diagonal

Elements of a Given Matrix

9.22.1 Theory

9.22.2 Algorithm

9.22.3 Flowchart

9.22.4 Python program: Matrix Add

9.23 Write a Python Program to Add and Find the Sum of Secondary Diagonal

Elements of a Given Matrix

9.23.1 Theory

9.23.2 Algorithm

9.23.3 Flowchart

9.23.4 Python program: Matrix Add

9.24 Write a Python Program to Compute the Norm of a Given Matrix

9.24.1 Theory

9.24.2 Algorithm

9.24.3 Flowchart

9.24.4 Python program: Matrix

9.25 Write a Python Program to Compute Row Sum and Column Sum of a Given


9.25.1 Theory

9.25.2 Algorithm

9.25.3 Flowchart

9.25.4 Python program: Matrix Row Col

9.26 Write a Python Program to Compute Whether the Given Square Matrix is a

Magic Square

9.26.1 Theory

9.26.2 Algorithm

9.26.3 Flowchart

9.26.4 Python program: matrix

9.27 Case Study


Chapter 10 Python Programs on Tuples  

10.1 Introduction

10.2 How to Read a List Type from a Keyboard

10.3 Accessing Elements of a Tuple

10.4 Modifying Elements of a Tuple

10.5 Deleting Elements of a Tuple

10.6 Basic Tuple Operations

10.7 Tuple Built-in Functions

10.8 Write a Python Program using Tuples to Accept Individual Address Details

And Display the Same

10.8.1 Theory

10.8.2 Algorithm

10.8.3 Flowchart

10.8.4 Python program: Address

10.9 Write a Python Program using Tuples to Accept Employee Salary Details and

Calculate Final Salary Based on the Overtime Hours

10.9.1 Theory

10.9.2 Algorithm

10.9.3 Flowchart

10.9.4 Python program: Salary

10.10 Write a Python Program using Tuples to Input Student Details. The Program

Should Accept a Given Student’s Roll Number and Display His Specific


10.10.1 Theory

10.10.2 Algorithm

10.10.3 Flowchart

10.10.4 Python program: Student

10.11 Write a Python Program using Tuples to Input Student Details and Compute

His Percentage and Class Based on His Average Marks for Five Subjects

10.11.1 Theory

10.11.2 Algorithm

10.11.3 Flowchart

10.11.4 Python program: Student

10.12 Write a Python Program using Tuples to Guess the Number of Colors in a

Traffic Signal and also to Guess which Color is used to say “Stop if Possible!”.

The Program Should Evaluate Whether the Answers are Right or Wrong

10.12.1 Theory

10.12.2 Algorithm

10.12.3 Flowchart

10.12.4 Python program: Traffic


Chapter 11 Python Dictionary  

11.1 Introduction

11.2 Creating a Dictionary and Printing a Dictionary

11.3 Accessing Dictionary Elements

11.4 Modifying a Dictionary

11.5 Delete Operations on a Dictionary

11.6 Dictionary Key Properties

11.7 Comparing Two Dictionaries

11.8 Python Dictionary Built-in Functions

11.9 How to Generate Keys, Values and Items for Python Dictionary

11.10 Copying and Updating a Dictionary

11.11 Write a Python Program using Dictionary to Generate a Small Dictionary of

Synonyms. The Program Should then Accept a Word and Generate Synonyms

for the Same

11.11.1 Theory

11.11.2 Algorithm

11.11.3 Flowchart

11.11.4 Python program:

11.12 Write a Python Program using Dictionary to Accept a Sentence and Generate

The Frequency of Words for the Same

11.12.1 Theory

11.12.2 Algorithm

11.12.3 Flowchart

11.12.4 Python program: Word

11.13 Write a Python Program to Create a Dictionary Consisting of State and Their

Corresponding Dishes. The Program Should Accept a State Name from the

user and Generate the Corresponding Dishes

11.13.1 Theory

11.13.2 Algorithm

11.13.3 Flowchart

11.13.4 Python program: State

11.14 Write a Python Program using Dictionary to Find the Maximum and Minimum

Among the Given Values

11.14.1 Theory

11.14.2 Algorithm

11.14.3 Flowchart

11.14.4 Python program: Max Min

11.15 Write a Python Program using Dictionary to Encrypt and Decrypt a Given

Plain Text using Additive Cipher

11.15.1 Theory

11.15.2 Algorithm

11.15.3 Flowchart

11.15.4 Python program: Subs


Chapter 12 Python Files  

12.1 Introduction

12.2 Writing into Files

12.3 Reading from Files

12.4 Reading Lines from Files

12.5 Stripping Characters from Files

12.6 Filenames and Paths

12.7 Format Operator

12.8 Command Line Arguments

12.8.1 The system module—sys module

12.8.2 Write a Python program that takes command line arguments as integer

numbers and computes their sum

12.9 Exceptions in Python

12.10 Write a Python Program to Demonstrate IO Error Exception when we Try to

Read a Non-existing File

12.11 Write a Python Program that Computes the Sum of All Integer Numbers Stored

in a File Named “data.txt” with an Exception Handling Features if the Numbers

are not Integers. The Sum Should be Printed on the Command Prompt

12.12 Write a Python Program to Count the Number of Lines in a File

12.13 Write a Python Program to Find the Most Frequent Words in a Text Read from

A File

12.14 Write a Python Program that Read an Input File Containing Floating Point

Values and Find the Minimum and the Maximum of the Values Stored

12.15 Write a Python Program to Copy the Contents of an Input File to an Output

File and also Display the Contents of Input File and Output File on the Screen

12.16 Write a Python Program to Compute the Number of Line, Words and Characters

in a Given Input Test File

12.17 Python Modules

12.17.1 Importing modules

12.17.2 How to create your own modules

12.17.3 To invoke specific functions or variables from modules

 12.17.4 The dir() function

12.17.5 Restoring a module

12.18 Python Packages


Appendix A Pygame Installation  

A.1 Installation of Python 3.2

A.2 Installation of Pygame

A.3 Colors in Pygame

Appendix B Laboratory Exercise  

B.1 GCD of two numbers

B.2 Square root of a number (Newton’s method)

B.3 Exponentiation (power of a number)

B.4 Linear search and binary search

B.5 First n prime numbers

B.6 Maximum of a list of numbers

B.7 Selection sort and insertion sort

B.8 Duplicate elements removal in a list

B.9 Merge sort and quick sort

B.10 Multiply matrices

B.11 Command line arguments (word count)

B.12 Most frequent words in a text read from a file

B.13 Bouncing ball simulation using Pygame

B.14 The area of trapezium

B.15 User-defined function to check for prime numbers

B.16 Calculate and print the sum of a series

B.17 Gregory series for calculating the value of Pi

B.18 Sum and average of numbers from 0 upto n

B.19 Tribonacci sequence for n numbers

B.20 Perfect numbers generation up to amax range

B.21 Highest common factor (HCF) of two numbers

B.22 Lucas sequence of N numbers

B.23 User-defined function to permute (x, y)

B.24 User-defined function for combination (x, y)

B.25 Duplicate words removal from a given string

B.26 Capitalize each word in a given sentence

B.27 Return words beginning with specified letter in a sentence and also display the


B.28 White spaces insertion before and after the string

B.29 Extra white spaces removal between two words in a string

B.30 Return quoted word from a sentence

B.31 Setting a strong password with conditions

B.32 Setting a password with conditions

B.33 Accept a list of numbers and a number and print in order all elements of the

list that are greater than the number

B.34 Accept a list of numbers and sort half of them in ascending and remaining half

In descending order

B.35 Convert all the principal diagonal elements to 1’s

B.36 Compare two matrices of same size

B.37 Check if a given matrix is a lower triangular matrix

B.38 Check if a given matrix is a upper triangular matrix

B.39 Check whether a given matrix is a symmetric matrix

B.40 Using tuples, compute if the number of odd value elements and even value

elements are the same

B.41 Search a name in a given tuple of names

B.42 Word jumble game simulation

B.43 Read a dictionary and count the number of values that appears two or

more times

B.44 English to Tamil translator

B.45 Add integer numbers stored in two files and their sum should be written in

another file

Appendix C Mini Projects Using Python

C.1 Cows and bulls game

C.2 Number guessing game

C.3 Hollywood hangman game

C.4 Encrypt and decrypt a message using Vigenere Cipher

Appendix D Viva Voce Questions  

Appendix E Solved University Question Paper  


About The Author

Dr. S. A. Kulkarni is Associate Professor, School of Computer Science and Engineering, Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore, Tamil Nadu. He has a Ph.D. in the faculty of Computer and Information Science from National Institute of Engineering Research Center, Visvesvaraya Technological University, Karnataka.


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