Decipher a message

As part of the PowerShell Summit, there’s a scripting competition also known as the “iron scripter” contest.

This year, one of the challenges was published on this page

There’s a message encoded with the Caesar Cipher on this page: which leads to this text file

You can find more details on the Caesar Cipher on this wikipedia page.

About my solution: It’s clear that % is the space character. I needed to know if a character is upper or lower case and I did a substitution to the left in the ascii table by 5 or 37. Plus in some cases, I had to adjust the character without using a substitution (or I just simply failed to find the common denominator)

My quick and dirty solution is the following:

It looks like this:

The original text can be found on this page:

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