Joined: July 2007
||Posted: April 14 2008,15:51
|Quote (curaga @ April 14 2008,09:45)|
|That way I would have trouble with HD space..|
OK, you're right.
Define letters (and or signs) in array as integer numbers, than create words (loops) as strings in real time calling the number from array, loop the numbers and not strings (ie 4 bytes less per letter). Than final word as string is for check (or count).
1 + (2x2) + (3x3x3) + (4x4x4x4) + .... until 13, thats a lot of combinations which means not HD space in this case but fastest PC work of more than days (months?)... that is also countable (how many flops needs program) = that's not much, but access to the password object is making time needed and thats a lot time if Big HD file or network access for up to 13.
Just a program for looping would be measured in seconds.