one-time pad

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one-time pad

[¦wən ¦tīm ′pad]
(communications)
A keying sequence based on random numbers that is used to code a single message and is then destroyed.
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Real Life Example of One Time Pad using Mod 26: Suppose, we have to send the message ,,HASSAN" to the receiver, and the corresponding key is ,,RAHMAN".
The implementation of One Time Pad algorithm in MATLAB contains multiple function calling.
When Exit button is pressed, the ,,encryption process terminated and the control back is it transferred back to the main screen of the One Time Pad.