Hello DosTips-Users ^^ First, thanks for everyone, who helped me in the past weeks

So, my problem is: I need a random number generator. This number should be 32 numbers long. How do i do this? I couldn't make it myself :/

Thanks c:

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Hello DosTips-Users ^^ First, thanks for everyone, who helped me in the past weeks

So, my problem is: I need a random number generator. This number should be 32 numbers long. How do i do this? I couldn't make it myself :/

Thanks c:

Quote So, my problem is: I need a random number generator. This number should be 32 numbers long. How do i do this? I couldn't make it myself :/

Thanks c:

Delayed expansion and a FOR /L loop will do the trick together with the dynamic *random *variable. In every iteration only the last digit of *random *will be appended to variable *rnd*.

Variable*rnd *may contain leading zeros.

Steffen

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`@echo off &setlocal`

setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion

set "rnd="

for /l %%i in (1 1 32) do set "rnd=!rnd!!random:~-1!"

endlocal &set "rnd=%rnd%"

echo %rnd%

pause

Variable

Steffen

Do you mean:Tami wrote:This number should be 32 numbers long.

(1) "This number should be 32 bits long."

(2) "This number should be 32 (decimal) digits long.".

Do you need a signed, or an unsigned number - with or without trailing zeroes, evenly distributed, ...?

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`@echo off`

setlocal enableExtensions enableDelayedExpansion

:: 32 bit, signed, no trailing zeroes, evenly distributed

set /A "rnd=(((!random!<<15)|!random!)<<15)|!random!"

echo(rnd_1 = !rnd!

:: 32 digits, unsigned, trailing zeroes, evenly distributed

set "rnd="

for /l %%a in (1, 1, 8) do (

set "part=0000!random:~-4!"

set "rnd=!rnd!!part:~-4!"

)

echo(rnd_2.1 = !rnd!

:: up to 32 digits, unsigned, no trailing zeroes, evenly distributed - additional step

for /f "tokens=* delims=0" %%a in ("!rnd!") do set "rnd=%%~a"

echo(rnd_2.2 = !rnd!

:: up to 32 digits, signed, no trailing zeroes, evenly distributed - additional step

set /A "signBit=!random!&1"

if !signBit! == 1 set "rnd=-!rnd!"

echo(rnd_2.3 = !rnd!

endlocal

goto :eof

penpen

penpen wrote:Do you mean:Tami wrote:This number should be 32 numbers long.

(1) "This number should be 32 bits long."

(2) "This number should be 32 (decimal) digits long.".

Do you need a signed, or an unsigned number - with or without trailing zeroes, evenly distributed, ...?Code: Select all

`@echo off`

setlocal enableExtensions enableDelayedExpansion

:: 32 bit, signed, no trailing zeroes, evenly distributed

set /A "rnd=(((!random!<<15)|!random!)<<15)|!random!"

echo(rnd_1 = !rnd!

:: 32 digits, unsigned, trailing zeroes, evenly distributed

set "rnd="

for /l %%a in (1, 1, 8) do (

set "part=0000!random:~-4!"

set "rnd=!rnd!!part:~-4!"

)

echo(rnd_2.1 = !rnd!

:: up to 32 digits, unsigned, no trailing zeroes, evenly distributed - additional step

for /f "tokens=* delims=0" %%a in ("!rnd!") do set "rnd=%%~a"

echo(rnd_2.2 = !rnd!

:: up to 32 digits, signed, no trailing zeroes, evenly distributed - additional step

set /A "signBit=!random!&1"

if !signBit! == 1 set "rnd=-!rnd!"

echo(rnd_2.3 = !rnd!

endlocal

goto :eof

penpen

Now. penpen.

I was wondering could you possibly make something like this. Randomly generates a 32 digit number. But displays 1 number every second which means it takes 32 seconds to display the number. Yes I know this sounds sorta dumb but this would just make it a lot more cooler.

You could use "set/P" to display single digits, and "timeout" to delay the next digit by ~1 second:

penpen

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`@echo off`

setlocal enableExtensions enableDelayedExpansion

set "rnd="

for /l %%a in (1, 1, 8) do (

set "part=0000!random:~-4!"

set "rnd=!rnd!!part:~-4!"

)

<nul set /P "=!rnd:~0,1!"

for /l %%a in (1, 1, 31) do (

>nul timeout /T 1 /NOBREAK

<nul set /P "=!rnd:~%%~a,1!"

)

endlocal

goto :eof

penpen