Generate all possible combinations between aaa 999

echo {{a..z},{A..Z},{0..9}}{{a..z},{A..Z},{0..9}}{{a..z},{A..Z},{0..9}} | tr ' ' '\n'
tr ' ' '\n' isn't needed, it's just there to make the output prettier.
Sample Output
...
8Q0
8Q1
8Q2
8Q3
8Q4
8Q5
8Q6
8Q7
8Q8
8Q9
8Ra
8Rb
8Rc
8Rd
8Re
8Rf
8Rg
8Rh
8Ri
8Rj
8Rk
8Rl
8Rm
8Rn
8Ro
8Rp
...

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By: freja
2015-06-25 15:24:29

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