@ebest sure is powerful! (I realise this isn't the sole purpose of encoding, just intrigued)
Hey, @KiKUP . I love the idea of this, make sure to update the post as I can't wait for the finished version.Just a heads up:
This is really exceptional. Although some inputs aren't accepted, overall this is great and performs well. I also got the voice input working. Nicely done, @cloud9c !
Hi @mkhoi , although random is still random, any information which is sensitive should be using the secrets module. The module generates "cryptographically" strong random numbers.import secretssecret = secrets.randbelow(10)print(secret)
secret = secrets.randbelow(10)
@ebest extreme data:
@ebest Yup, meant to be. ;)
Very nice, still haven't beat it yet. Must be doing something right...!