I think I have an idea of ​​what is happening to you, what happens that you 
must decrypt in the same format that you encrypted, since that happened to 
me at some point, you must also see the format in how you return the txt 
file, or the text of txt if it is the same format that is needed to decrypt 
it. Greetings.

El lunes, 28 de noviembre de 2022 a las 14:30:04 UTC-5, 
boomer1...@gmail.com escribió:

> Ok so based on the example from this link   (
> https://www.cryptopp.com/wiki/Advanced_Encryption_Standard),    i have 
> tried encrypting a "plain" string into a "cipher" string and writing that 
> "cipher" string to a .txt file in one program, and in another program 
> afterwards reading that same .txt file into a string and decrypting it. But 
> when i cout that "recovered" string, it is just  random characters and not 
> my original "plain" string. I think the problem starts when i attempt to 
> get the "cipher" string in the .txt file, but not sure. Any help is greatly 
> appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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