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RoAndrei

So i need to create strings made of 32 characters : numbers + letters only.something like 'ed0e612c9cdf6fc92cc8ed032979357f'


I need to create them one by one so they wont repeat twice , so i need to make them by a rule.I need to get all the combinations possible. Can you guys give me a code that would do that? I'd really apreciate that. Thx


I know it will take long to take all the combinations, time is not the problem, that code will be implemented in a little pogram that i made for myself

I tried to create one by myself, but i didnt sleep for like 3 days and I can't actually think right now.

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jchd

32 hex chars = 16 bytes = 2128 = 340282366920938463463374607431768211456 combinations, about 2.7 times the distance from Earth to the Hubble Deep Field, measured in picometers.

Despite time not being a problem for you, I nonetheless wish you good luck living that long for trying all these little values with your little program.

When you're able to think again after some sleep, please read forum rules which forbid brute force attacks.

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