Read Chapter 5 of Blown to Bits.
(2 pts) Find out the following information by using the commands from the previous question. Write the name of the command (or commands if you used more than one) and the options and arguments you used.
For a 3 letter alphabet consisting of A, B, and C, the possible shifts are 0 (giving ABC), 1 (giving BCA), and 2 (giving CAB), but the other substitution possibilities, which are not shifts, are ACB, BAC, and CBA. So there are a total of 6 substitution rules. Generalizing from this example, how many distinct subtitution rules are there for a 4 symbol alphabet?