A short project for my CS principles class which translates a message into different "gibberish" languages using the Python GUI toolkit Tkinter.
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GibberishEncryptor

A short project for my CS principles class which translates a message into different "gibberish" languages using Tkinter (the Python binding to the Tk GUI toolkit).

Instructions

  1. Type out your plaintext message
  2. Select a language to translate the message into

... Verlan

... Pig Latin

... "Compression" Language

... Jeringonza

  1. Receive your translation!

How to Download:

  1. After navigating to this repository, select the green button to the top-right of the screen and choose "Download as Zip"
  2. Unzip the file and move the "gibberish" file to your C: drive
  3. Ensure that your computer runs the most recent version of Python 3.6
  4. Click the gibberish_encryption.py to run the program!

*If the program does not run properly, open the gibberish_encryption.py file with any text editor and confirm that the line

title_image = ImageTk.PhotoImage(Image.open("C:/gibberish/title_image.gif"))

leads to the location of title_image.gif in your computer.

Hint: You may need to change this in the code if you chose not to store the "gibberish" file in your C: drive. The title image should be the same file path as "gibberish_encryption.py"

Explanation of Application