kandi X-RAY | passgen Summary
kandi X-RAY | passgen Summary
Infinite Password Generator is an application to help you generate unlimited passwords from a single password. It’s published for free at Originally a Windows application, now it’s published as a free Android app. The developer doesn’t intend to continue adding features, so this project is open-sourced. You will need some projects from in order to successfully build this. The yuku-android-util cloned repo directory should be at the same level as the passgen cloned repo directory. The main project is PassgenApp.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- This method is called when the activity is loaded
- Apply options to widgets
- Set the maximum size that should be shown on the screen
- Obtains a result from an intent
- Called when an option is selected
- Return this object as a new content object
- Create a Bookmark object from a Cursor
- Helper to get the options
- Create view
- Update the options summary
- Displays the result and hides the result
- Create a new Listmarker
- Gets all Bookmarks
- Calculates the result
- Calculate the password based on Pw generation options
- Create the bookmarks fragment
- Notifies the completion of a bookmark
- Creates the bookmarks
- This method is called when the fragment is created
- Region FileChooser
- Create the main fragment
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I am trying to create password Generate in ruby. At the moment all is working just got stuck at the final piece of generating the password.
I asked user if he/she would like the password to include numbers, lowercase or uppercase. If YES, user will enter 1 and 0 for NO.
I used the code below to generate password if everything is 1. Meaning user want to include numbers, lowercase and uppercase....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-07 at 08:41
You will need to make your input array more dynamic:
my html Password length: submit
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-23 at 10:14
The default button
submit which causes the page to refresh.
I am trying to turn select into function, but keep getting error: "query has no destination for result data". Select returns 5 columns so I am trying to return table with 5 columns. I can not figure out what I am missing, please help!...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-09 at 06:10
As the error message suggests, you have to tell the function what to return. To return a table bases on a query use
RETURN QUERY, e.g.
New MacBookPro running Catalina. I have a virtualenv with no additional libraries installed yet. When I try to install nltk with
pip3 install nltk, I get the following long error. The gist of it being "Architecture Not Supported".
I tried installing with
pip3 install -U but got a similar failure. Below is the all of the terminal text beginning with the first error message.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-08 at 11:54
I had the same problem with the default installed python. (pip3 install regex) When using python from brew it worked for me.
So I want to write a Python code, which creates a random password for the user. It needs to ask the user how long they want their password to be, and have a minimum set of characters.
I have tried to search for something for many weeks and I just can't find it, so sorry if this has already been solved.
Here is the code I have so far, don't know what other piece of code I need and where I have to use in order to get what I want....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-24 at 18:13
Change your userGen() with this:
so I followed a tutorial using tkinter and python to make a password generator. I followed the tutorial and it worked, but I wanted to expand on it. It all began when I wanted a "Copy to clipboard button" to let the user copy the password. But it always gave not a string but Now that part works but for some reason the password generation is broken now. Any help appreciated!...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-13 at 21:35
You will need to make the password variable accessible to both functions.
import tkinter as tk win = tk.Tk() win.title('New App') win.geometry('800x800') def passgen(): num = str(inp.get()) # text field for output disp = tk.Text(master=win, height=4, width=80, ) disp.pack() disp.insert(tk.END, num) lab = tk.Label(text='First Label') lab.pack() inp = tk.Entry() inp.pack() btn = tk.Button(text='Submit', command=passgen) btn.pack() win.mainloop()
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-25 at 17:26
the issue is in the way that the
passgen() method works where it creates a new
tk.Text() object. to fix this you want to add to the same
Text object which means creating it outside of the function and then using the global object from the function:
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You can use passgen like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the passgen component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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