A cryptogram is a word puzzle in which a quotation, saying, or witticism has been encoded by substituting every letter with another letter.
Your job is to figure out which cipher letters represent which plain text letters to solve the cryptogram.
A letter can represent any letter except itself, and no letter represents or is represented by more than one cipher letter in a given cryptogram. In addition, a letter never represents the letter that represents it - that is, if A represents B, B doesn't represent A.
In addition, you can now enter your own cryptograms as well as solve computer-generated ones.
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