idzone fake id

fake aadhar card id generator for pc:Short Unique ID

2022-03-12 09:01:31

fake aadhar card id generator for pc:Short Unique ID

Short Unique ID

Try short-unique-id on RunKit
NPM Downloads
JsDelivr Hits

  9 Contributors

  Tiny (4.6kB minified) no-dependency library for generating random or sequential UUID of any length
with exceptionally minuscule probabilies of duplicate IDs.

  For example, using the default dictionary of numbers and letters (lower and upper case):

  if you generate a unique ID of 16 characters (half of the standard UUID of 32 characters)
generating 100 unique IDs per second

It would take ~10 thousand years to have a 1% probability of at least one collision!

To put this into perspective:

  73 years is the (global) average life expectancy of a human being
120 years ago no human ever had set foot on either of the Earth's poles
480 years ago Nicolaus Copernicus was still working on his theory of the Earth revolving around the Sun
1000 years ago there was no such thing as government-issued paper money (and wouldn't be for about a century)
5000 years ago the global population of humans was under 50 million (right now Mexico has a population of 127 million)

You can calculate duplicate/collision probabilities using the included functions:


NOTE: 👆 On these links you will also find explanations for the math used within the functions.

  This project is open to updates by its users, I ensure that PRs are relevant to the community.
In other words, if you find a bug or want a new feature, please help us by becoming one of the
contributors ✌️ ! See the contributing section.

  Please consider:

  Buying me a coffee ☕
Supporting me on Patreon 🏆
Starring this repo on Github 🌟

The ability to generate UUIDs that contain a timestamp which can be extracted:

  Default dictionaries (generated on the spot to reduce memory footprint and
avoid dictionary injection vulnerabilities):

alphanum (default when no dictionary is provided to )

Add to your project:

  Instantiate and use:

  Options can be passed when instantiating :

  For more information take a look at the docs.

  Node.js (npm)

You can find the docs and online generator at:

  This largely depends on the given dictionary and the selected UUID length.

  Out of the box this library provides a shuffled dictionary of digits from
0 to 9, as well as the alphabet from a to z both in UPPER and lower case,
with a default UUID length of 6. That gives you a total of 56,800,235,584
possible UUIDs.

  So, given the previous values, the probability of generating a duplicate
in 1,000,000 rounds is ~0.00000002, or about 1 in 50,000,000.

  If you change the dictionary and/or the UUID length then we have provided
the function function to calculate the probability
of hitting a duplicate in a given number of rounds (a collision) and the
function which provides a score (from 0 to 1) to rate the
"quality" of the combination of given dictionary and UUID length (the closer
to 1, higher the uniqueness and thus better the quality).

  To find out more about the math behind these functions please refer to the
API Reference.

  This repo and npm package started as a straight up manual transpilation to ES6 of the short-uid npm package by Ankit Kuwadekar.

  image depicting over 12000 weekly npm downloads
image depicting over 100000 weekly cdn hits

  Since this package is now reporting 12k+ npm weekly downloads and 100k+ weekly cdn hits,
we've gone ahead and re-written the whole of it in TypeScript and made sure to package
dist modules compatible with Deno, Node.js and all major Browsers.

  Clone this repo:

  Tests run using:

  In order to publish the latest changes you must build the distribution files:

  Then commit all changes and run the release script:

  Yes, thank you! This plugin is community-driven, most of its features are from different authors.
Please update the docs and tests and add your name to the file.

  Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):

🚧 💻 📖 ⚠️

💻 👀


Copyright (c) 2018-2021 Short Unique ID Contributors.
Licensed under the Apache License 2.0.