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```import timeit

try:
input = raw_input
except NameError:
pass
try:
chr = unichr
except NameError:
pass
p=int(input('Enter prime p: '))
q=int(input('Enter prime q: '))
print("Choosen primes:\np=" + str(p) + ", q=" + str(q) + "\n")
n=p*q
print("n = p * q = " + str(n) + "\n")
phi=(p-1)*(q-1)
print("Euler's function (totient) [phi(n)]: " + str(phi) + "\n")
def gcd(a, b):
while b != 0:
c = a % b
a = b
b = c
return a
def modinv(a, m):
for x in range(1, m):
if (a * x) % m == 1:
return x
return None
def coprimes(a):
l = []
for x in range(2, a):
if gcd(a, x) == 1 and modinv(x,phi) != None:
l.append(x)
for x in l:
if x == modinv(x,phi):
l.remove(x)
return l
print("Choose an e from a below coprimes array:\n")
print(str(coprimes(phi)) + "\n")
e=int(input())

start = timeit.timeit()

d=modinv(e,phi)

print("\nYour public key is a pair of numbers (e=" + str(e) + ", n=" + str(n) + ").\n")
print("Your private key is a pair of numbers (d=" + str(d) + ", n=" + str(n) + ").\n")
def encrypt_block(m):
c = modinv(m**e, n)
if c == None: print('No modular multiplicative inverse for block ' + str(m) + '.')
return c
def decrypt_block(c):
m = modinv(c**d, n)
if m == None: print('No modular multiplicative inverse for block ' + str(c) + '.')
return m
def encrypt_string(s):
return ''.join([chr(encrypt_block(ord(x))) for x in list(s)])
def decrypt_string(s):
return ''.join([chr(decrypt_block(ord(x))) for x in list(s)])
s = input("Enter a message to encrypt: ")
print("\nPlain message: " + s + "\n")
enc = encrypt_string(s)
print("Encrypted message: " + enc + "\n")
dec = decrypt_string(enc)
print("Decrypted message: " + dec + "\n")

end = timeit.timeit()

print(end -- start)```

What I have tried:

I have tried to encrypt and decrypt some codes with RSA Encryption System. I also put some codes to calculate the time that passed during this process. However, I could not find a way to convert this code from Python to C++ or C#. Could you please help me to convert these codes into C++ or C# ? Thank you in advance.
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Updated 8-May-20 7:48am
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F-ES Sitecore 8-May-20 10:04am

This isn't a code-conversion site, but looking at the code it isn't complicated, if you understand c++ and c# I'm not sure why you can't convert it yourself. If there is any syntax\functions you don't understand just google what they do and use a c\c# alternative.

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## Solution 1

Easy, you rewrite it in C++ or C#, whichever you prefer.
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## Solution 2

You have to completely understand what the Python code is doing and why. Then you have to write equivalent code in either C or C#.

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO A LINE-BY-LINE CONVERSION. It usually doesn't go very well.