We have added .TXT to the output options, because well... sometimes it's nice to have it as plain and simple as it gets. Enjoy!
From today, the Random Code Generator website is completely Ad Free!
Please enjoy our ad-free service, also if you don't have a payed account.
Since yesterday, the limits of the Random Code Generator have been altered.... in your favor! You can now generate batches of up to 1000 codes for FREE without an account. Logged in to a Random Code Generator account, the limit has gone up from 100.000 to 250.000 codes per batch!
What are you waiting for? Start generating!
With these changes in place, it's now even more easy to generate large amounts of random codes to use as serial numbers, giftcard/voucher codes, strong passwords, codes with a specific pattern, etc. etc.
Good luck using the Random Code Generator!
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Today we launched our brand new website. Besides the updated design, the website is now also completely responsive, which means it's optimized for all screen formats. We also added a few useful new features to make generating codes even easier than it was before!
- Examples codes and pre-defined settings to help you determine the right settings
- Send the generated codes to your e-mail address
- Quick generate option on the homepage
Please let us know if you have any questions or remarks about the new website. If you have any feature requests, please also don't hesitate to contact us.
From now, we are able to prevent "bad words" to occur in batches of codes that are manually generated by us. This option is not yet a feature of the online generator.
Please contact us if you need this for your codes.
"a" for lowercase + digits
Use the letter "a" to add a character in your code that consists of a lowercase letter OR digit.
"A" for uppercase + digits
Use the letter "a" to add a character in your code that consists of a uppercase letter OR digit.
"?" for random character from all possible characters
Use the symbol "?" to add a character in your code that is chosen from ALL possible characters.
From now on it's possible to specify which characters you don't want to occur in the codes that are generated by The Random Code Generator. The standard look-a-likes are I, l, 1, |, 0 and O, but you can now also include characters like B, 8, Q etc. by adding them comma seperated to the field of look-a-likes.