that's how he will judge. my view is that if it's a logical and useful interface, it will get points no matter how it is implemented. yes, of course, encryption gets more points. look at the criteria. creativity counts double, not to mention a seperate category for strength.Originally posted by vasanth
ok what about nvoigt saying that command line argumented program gets more point.. Is it true.. I feel a menu driven is better since even a lay man can use it.... But i think that the encryption logic and strength should carry maximum marks..
as i said above, ideally the text should either be
And is it ok. if i accepts meesage from the user keyboard save the encrypted message in a file.. And decrypt it by loading a file..... Please clarify
- read from standard input, maybe using command line redirection syntax
- typed in at a prompt within the program
- provided in a file, where the file name can be changed within the program
so, in short, yes you can do that.