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I've been doing some searches for RSA and it appears that it uses shuffling but not substitution. Is this true?

Simple explanation of the algorithm: https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/rsa-algorithm-cryptography/

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I've been doing some searches for RSA and it appears that it uses shuffling but not substitution.

RSA is a mathematical algorithm. Neither of these terms is applicable to it.

Generally speaking, the terms "shuffling" and "substitution" are generally only applicable to extremely simple, pre-electronic cryptographic techniques -- Vigenère ciphers, columnar transpositions, and the like. They are not especially relevant to modern encryption.

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