Text::Password::Pronounceable::RandomCase - Generate pronounceable passwords with random case
## defaults to upper case in a quarter of all cases Text::Password::Pronounceable::RandomCase->generate(6, 10); ## Explicit Text::Password::Pronounceable::RandomCase->generate(6, 10, 4); ## Ditto my $pp = Text::Password::Pronounceable::RandomCase->new(6, 10, 4); $pp->generate;
Text::Password::Pronounceable produces pronouncable passwords. But it has the one disadvantage that it only uses lower case characters. This module tries to solve this shortcoming. The two methods new() and generate() take a third parameter, which determines the frequency of upper case characters. Any 1/N'th character will be uppercased on average.
If you do not pass any arguments, generate() will produce passwords with a length of eight characters and a 1/4 probability for any character to be uppercased.
Mario Domgoergen <email@example.com>
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Copyright 2008-2009 Mario Domgoergen.
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