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How to loop through all possible ASCII characters
I am curious as to how I can loop through all possible words, basically.
I can do something like this:
Make an array of characters of A - Z ASCII(65 - 90)
For ii = 65 To 90
j = j + 1
Char(j) = Chr$(ii)
But I can only hard-code for a given length of characters:
For i = 1 to 26
For i2 = 1 to 26
For i3 = 1 to 26
strGeneratedWord = Char(i) & Char(i2) & Char(i3)...
The problem with the above code is that it will only loop for a given
number of characters, and only that amount, but you have to hard-code
an extra for-loop or take one away to increase/decrease.
There must be an easier way.
Let's say I wanted to loop through all possible phone numbers...all
I would have to do is just say i = 0 to 9999 and all numbers between
would be every possible 4-digit number.
So let's say I wanted to see every 1 through 10 character word possible:
A To ZZZZZZZZZZ
This is boggling my mind.
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