Discussion in 'Combo Tools' started by ThePhilosopher, Dec 15, 2014.

  1. ThePhilosopher

    ThePhilosopher Active Member

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    I'm going to share with community this awesome website which give you:
    Basic Text Tools:
    Add Prefix/Suffix into Line - Insert a prefix and/or suffix into the content of each line.
    Add/Remove Line Breaks - Add new line breaks and/or remove exisiting line breaks within your text's formatting.
    Count Characters, Words, Lines - Count your text's characters, words, sentences, lines and word frequency.
    Delimited Column Extractor - Extract a specific column of delimited text from each line of your input text.
    Find and Replace Text - Find and replace text matching your search criteria.
    Letter Case Converter - Convert your text's letter case to UPPER, lower, RaNdOM and more.
    Merge Text (Line by Line) - Merge two sets of text line by line with the option of writing a prefix, divider or suffix into each merged line.
    Remove Duplicate Lines - Remove/delete all duplicate lines within your text/list.
    Remove Empty Lines - Remove/delete all empty lines within your text/list.
    Remove Extra Spaces - Remove leading/trailing/extra/all whitespaces from your text.
    Remove Letter Accents - Remove common letter accents from your text. (e.g. à will convert into a)
    Remove Lines Containing... - Remove lines containing or not containing your specified search text.
    Sort Text Lines - Sort your text's lines in alphabetical, length, random or reverse order.
    Text Manipulation Notepad - An all-in-one text manipulation tool. Eliminate cutting and pasting between tools!
    Obfuscation Tools:
    ASCII, Hex, Unicode, Base64, Binary, Octal Converter - Encode/decode ascii, hex, unicode, base64, binary, octal.
    Binary Code Translator - Obfuscate text by encoding it into the 0s and 1s of binary code. Very geeky!
    Disemvowel Tool - Remove vowels "aeiou" or any other set of letters from text.
    Encryption Generator - Encrypt/decrypt text via password using Tiny Encryption Algorithm (TEA) and base64.
    Reverse Text Generator - Reverse text, flip text, reverse wording, flip wording, reverse each word's lettering, flip letters upside down.
    ROT13 Caesar Cipher - Encrypt plaintext into ROT13 ciphertext or decrypt ROT13 ciphertext into plaintext.
    Word Scrambler/Unscrambler - Scramble/unscramble each word's lettering within a body of text.
    Randomization Tools:
    Random Line Picker - Pick random lines from your input text/list. Lines can contain names, numbers, etc.
    Random Number Generator - Generate random numbers from your entered low/high range with prefix, suffix and delimiter options.
    Random String Generator - Generate random text string(s) from your entered input elements such as characters, words, sentences, etc.
    String Randomizer - Randomize text strings with the option of a delimiter.
    Combination / Permutation Tools:
    Combination Generator - Make combination from text.
    Line Combination Generator - Make combination from lines of text.
    Permutation Generator - Make permutations from text. (Letters, numbers, symbols, words, sentences, etc.)
    Numeration Tools:
    Generate List of Numbers - Generate a list of sequential numbers from your selected low/high number range.
    Number Each Line - Add a sequential number to each line of text. Enumerate items within a list.
    Online Tally Counter - Count using multiple, indepently named tallies which are recorded into a printable list.
    Timing Tools:
    Online Countdown Timer - Countdown timer with days, hours, minutes, seconds, progress bar and sound alarm. No flash required!
    Online Stopwatch - Digital stopwatch timing days, hours, minutes, seconds, milliseconds with log. No flash required!
    Other Tools:
    Keyword Phrase Generator - Generate and investegate auto suggest results for your entered seed text.
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  2. 1st

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    how would one split there combo to email only, then put the correct password back to it?
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