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#!/usr/bin/perl -w # # This was created to print out a list of all TLDs possable which are # 3, 4, 5 and 6 characters long. # # This program will run for quite some time if you let it. I recommend # hitting ^C after a short time. Espicially if you want to have it wri +te to a file. # # I DO NOT recommend having it write to a file do the the huge dataset + it creates. # If you do have it write to a file, the fault is in no way mine. The +author will not # be held responsible for your actions. # # Letters and Numerals @chars = qw(a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9); # Letters, Numerals and a null. If I don't have this, the program will + only return # TLDs with 6 characters. This way, it return TLDs with 3-6 characters +. @charsnull = (@chars,""); foreach $char (@chars){ $tld = $char; foreach $char (@chars){ $tld2 = $tld . $char; # to see why I did it this way, run +the program # so everything is appended to $tld and watch +the output. foreach $char (@chars){ $tld3 = $tld2 . $char; foreach $char (@charsnull){ $tld4 = $tld3 . $char; foreach $char (@charsnull){ $tld5 = $tld4 . $char; foreach $char (@charsnull){ $tld6 = $tld5 . $char; print "$tld6\n"; # if you try the above co +mment, be sure #to change all the $tld(insert number here) va +rs, to just, $tld. } } } } } }

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