Coding for cryptography [closed]

  abstract-algebra, c++, cryptography, math, python

I am currently a beginner in coding with C++ and as I am starting I would like to trend my path towards mathematics and cryptography. I am currently studying abstract algebra and mathematics for cryptography and would like to be able to take what I’ve learned and put it into code.

For example, I’d like to be able to code Diffle-Hellman’s Key Exchange, some elliptic curve cryptography, maybe do some coding making an algorithm for the chinese remainder theorem.

I know such codes exist. I’ve seen them all online and I’m very impressed by them but I would like to recreate it myself and understand, problem is I don’t know the path I should be going down. Any guidance is appreciated, anything from a course outline, books, or even personal notes you would like to give me. Thank you!

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