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A reciprocal cipher means, just as one enters the plaintext into the cryptography system to get the ciphertext, one could enter the ciphertext into the same place in the system to get the plaintext. Sometimes also referred as self-reciprocal cipher.
Examples of reciprocal ciphers are:
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