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Haxk20
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My password generator on github got actually forked. WOOOOOOW that shitty piece of junk is actually used ? I mean yeah its simple and without trackers so i guess thats why. But nice to see somebody using it.

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  • 4
    @davenall It was mostly created for me since i was full of all those password generators that were closed sourced. So i did mine and it seems to be used bu 1 user. YAY
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    Does yours generate passwords with unicode characters?
  • 1
    @olback Nope. Has hardcoded alphabet sadly. Maybe will do that sometime in future.
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    This one does unicode as well:
    https://github.com/Carlgo11/...
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    @olback You know what ? Fuck it im gonna implement it right now.
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    OK i can now print unicode in the C code. So lets get to editing the code so that it prints out unicode passwords.
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    @Haxk20 Is it open-source? May I have the link?
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    I found your password generator and I just noticed a typo in the code

    printf("Enter lenghth of your desired password: ");

    Line 22 of password.c

    (Not sure if you caught that in messing with it recently)
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    @infernalempress You can send a pull request on it. Im now doing the unicode shit and damn this is actually fun. Converting decimal to HEX then passing that to printf to print the unicode value and tada unicode passwd generator that will be totally shitty after i finish it. LOL
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    @infernalempress No need to send it
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    @Haxk20 I'm not at my PC anyways, was just checking devRant while at the store, and kinda wanted to see your generator
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    @Haxk20 I’ve submitted a PR fixing your grammar 😉
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    @620hun Thanks will edit it a little since i fixed some of the issues and will merge. Thanks
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    @620hun Could you actually redo the fix on the latest code ? Cant merge this in and somehow gitlab says everything is up to date when trying to merge it. I dont want to commit it as me since you found the typo so you must have the credit for it.
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    @Haxk20 actually it was @infernalempress 😛 but I did change a few other things to make your code more consistent
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    Dude, you gotta fix that indentation! And why do you use printf and scanf in c++?

    Btw, have you tried Keypass2? It's open source and works great, and has a builtin password generator that allows you to create custom rules on the fly. Also has some great plugins to integrate with firefox and chrome, as well as using cloud storage to sync your encrypted password db across devices (including Android phones ;))
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    @endor what indentation ? And C++ because i love C and im most familiar with it but it isnt object orientaded. And i have the option to use printf then i fucking use it.
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    @Haxk20 idk if it's the app I'm using at fault (LabCoat), but the indentation of this code is totally off (eg: the code inside an if/else block should be indented relative to the main level)
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    @endor Nah OK i will fix it if its really in the code like that.
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