Reverse Alphabet Encoder
The encoder below assigns a number to each letter in the alphabet:
a=0, b=1, y=24, z=25, etc.
Then assigns the appropriate number to each letter you type.
The pattern is then reversed so the alphabet is counted backwards:
z=0, y=1, b=24, a=25, etc.
Each character is then swaped with the corresponding character counting backwards from the end of the alphabet.
Note: This encoder ignores (passes through) case sensitivity and special characters.