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An infinte set of keys that never ends, never repeats, is somewhat human readble and scales logarythmically.




Infinite Key Generator

Creates a sequence of strings that can be compared by > and < operators (and therefore sort). The sequence never ends (doesn't overflow like a number at 2^52) and the memory footprint scales logarithimcally.

How it works

Well it returns a generator that's yields a sequence of keys of all printable ASCII 7-bit character set and uses that set as digits.

Install dependency from npm

npm install infinite-sequence-generator

Then use it in the code as you like it:

    const fini = require("infinite-sequence-generator");

    const seq = fini();;   // __!

    // or maybe as an iterator

    let i = 0;
    for (var key of seq) {
        if (i++ > 10) break;

You may add a sequence prefix if you like.

    const seq = fini("AAA__");

    console.log(; // AAA__!

You can add your own alphabet:

    const seq = fini("-prefix-", '0123456789abcdef');

    console.log(; // AAA__!

License and contributions

MIT Licensed, see LICENSE file.