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My code for caesar.py receives errors when it checks if the plaintext is alphabetical, lowercase, or uppercase. The terminal says:

'str' object has no attribute 'isaplha'

Am I using the isalpha function correctly? Is there an issue with how I am including its library? Thanks in advance.

My code:

// edited out per academic honesty
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    Typo? Look at it very carefully if plaintext[letter].isaplha(): – DinoCoderSaurus Feb 16 '17 at 19:06
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Check your spelling! Sometimes it's the simple things ;)

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