I've only just begun getting a taste of Python & have a quick question. Is there any easy way to change a character (Rot13 style, so the letter 'a' becomes the 13th char of the alphabet & the 13th char becomes the 'a', etc) in Python?
Many other programming languages let you just add/subtract 13 to a char to change it, but Python allways concatenates & doesn't seem to allow any operations to be done on strings (yes I know that they're immutable).
The solution is probably SO EASY.... I just can't figure it out....
(Supa thanks in advanced)