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Generate domain names that only contain hexadecimal numbers.

Project description

hexdomain reads words from a words file and converts them to hexspeak domain names.

For example, “code” becomes c0.de and “coffee” becomes c0ff.ee.

Usage

By default, hexdomain reads words from /usr/share/dict/words:

hexdomain

You can specify an alternate word list as well:

hexdomain /path/to/my/words

You can also provide custom substitutions instead of the built-in ones; see hexdomain -h for details.

Installation

Install with pip:

pip install hexdomain

Licence

MIT

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