This code doesn’t work for MySQL 5.0, how to re-write it to make it work
I have a query from SQL Server which I want to run in Mysql. but I cannot find any replacement for
uniqueidentifier keyword from SQL Server script to MYSQL Script.
I need to generate unique ID’s for my application. When I used
(UUID.randomUUID()).toString(), I am getting a code (thinking this will be unique), which is very lengthy.
How would it be possible to generate a random, unique string using numbers and letters for use in a verify link? Like when you create an account on a website, and it sends you an email with a link, and you have to click that link in order to verify your account
I want to create a unique id but
uniqid() is giving something like
'492607b0ee414'. What i would like is something similar to what tinyurl gives:
'64k8ra'. The shorter, the better. The only requirements are that it should not have an obvious order and that it should look prettier than a seemingly random sequence of numbers. Letters are preferred over numbers and ideally it would not be mixed case. As the number of entries will not be that many (up to 10000 or so) the risk of collision isn’t a huge factor.
When I call session_start() or session_regenerate_id(), PHP generates what appears to be a random string for the session ID. What I want to know is, is it just a random sequence of characters, or is it like the uniqid() function? Because if it’s just random characters, couldn’t you theoretically run into a conflict? If User … Read more
I have a MongoDB-document that looks like this:
It took a while, but I figured out how to succesfully authenticate a user in Laravel 5.3 using a custom user table, with custom username and password fields.
I am a student at university and our task is to create a search engine. I am having difficulty generating a unique id to assign to each url when added into the frontier. I have attempted using the SHA-256 hashing algorithm as well as Guid. Here is the code that i used to implement the guid:
How do I create a GUID in Python that is platform independent? I hear there is a method using ActivePython on Windows but it’s Windows only because it uses COM. Is there a method using plain Python?