###### Affine Cipher

The Affine cipher is a monoalphabetic substitution cipher and it can be the exact same as a standard Caesarian shift when "A" is 1. The translation alphabet is determined by mapping each letter through the formula (ax + b) mod m,
where m is the number of letters in the alphabet and a and b are the secret keys of the cipher. To ensure that no two letters are mapped to the same letter, A and B must be coprimes (no common divisors).

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###### Plaintext:

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**A =**
**B =**

**Alphabet Key**

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###### Ciphertext:

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