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  2. Fictitious telephone number - Wikipedia

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    Fictitious numbers in (011x) and (01x1) area codes mostly end with the digits 496 0xxx, however Tyneside uses (0191) 498 0xxx. London uses 020 7946 0xxx; Cardiff uses 029 2018 0xxx; and Northern Ireland now uses 028 9649 6xxx after a previously reserved range was allocated for actual use.

  3. List of random number generators - Wikipedia

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    However, generally they are considerably slower (typically by a factor 2–10) than fast, non-cryptographic random number generators. These include: Stream ciphers. Popular choices are Salsa20 or ChaCha (often with the number of rounds reduced to 8 for speed), ISAAC, HC-128 and RC4. Block ciphers in counter mode.

  4. Telephone numbers in South Korea - Wikipedia

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    Calling into Korea: +82 XX XXXX YYYY. The leading "0" is dropped when dialling into South Korea from abroad. Some 1566/1577/1588 telephone numbers cannot be dialed from abroad. Domestic long-distance call: 0NN (where NN is the carrier code) followed by the 0XX area code and XXXX YYYY number.

  5. Phoneword - Wikipedia

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    Phoneword. Many telephone keypads have letters with the numbers, from which words can be formed. Phonewords are mnemonic phrases represented as alphanumeric equivalents of a telephone number. [1] In many countries, the digits on the telephone keypad also have letters assigned. By replacing the digits of a telephone number with the corresponding ...

  6. Reset or change your password - AOL Help

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    To manage and recover your account if you forget your password or username, make sure you have access to the recovery phone number or alternate email address you've added to your AOL account....

  7. Telephone numbers in Nigeria - Wikipedia

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    Telephone numbers in Nigeria use an open numbering plan. They are composed of a combination of an area code and a local line or subscriber telephone number. Area codes consist of one digit (Lagos, Ibadan and Abuja) or two digits. Local telephone numbers contain from five to seven digits, and may vary within the area code.

  8. Telephone numbers in Argentina - Wikipedia

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    Telephone numbers in Argentina. In Argentina, area codes are two, three, or four digits long (after the initial zero). Local customer numbers are six to eight digits long. The total number of digits is ten, for example, phone number (11) 1234-5678 for Buenos Aires is made up of a 2-digit area code number and an 8-digit subscriber's number ...

  9. Hardware random number generator - Wikipedia

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    A USB-pluggable hardware true random number generator. In computing, a hardware random number generator (HRNG), true random number generator (TRNG), non-deterministic random bit generator (NRBG), or physical random number generator is a device that generates random numbers from a physical process capable of producing entropy (in other words, the device always has access to a physical entropy ...

  10. Add or disable 2-step verification for extra security - AOL Help

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    The phone number we contact you with may be different each time. Enable 2-step for phone. 1. Sign in to your Account Security page. 2. Next to "2-Step Verification," click Turn on. 3. Select...

  11. Mersenne Twister - Wikipedia

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    The Mersenne Twister is a general-purpose pseudorandom number generator (PRNG) developed in 1997 by Makoto Matsumoto (松本 眞) and Takuji Nishimura (西村 拓士). [1] [2] Its name derives from the choice of a Mersenne prime as its period length.