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I want to create my own class with various ways of encoding/encrypting and decoding/decrypting strings and things of the like. Only thing is, I don’t know much about cryptography. Where should I start? Are there any simple algorithms?
> *Originally posted by **[qwerberism](/forums/4/topics/309309?page=1#posts-6540226):***
> There are already libraries for that, but you can check out the documentation and articles for encryption standards and start implementation from there.
It’s more of a personal challenge. I’m probably practically not going to be using them.
or take some intro class online: [https://www.coursera.org/course/crypto](https://www.coursera.org/course/crypto) [http://www.udacity.com/overview/Course/cs387/CourseRev/apr2012](http://www.udacity.com/overview/Course/cs387/CourseRev/apr2012)
Note that these are classes on cryptography not encryption/encoding, which are almost completely different things (some encryptions use cryptographic principles though). Not quite sure what you wanted since your post talks about both but I couldn’t find any online classes on encryption/encoding…