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I consider this a crazy idea to do in CMD/batch, but it at least sounded like an interesting challenge. So, playing the part of the Professor from Gilligan's Island, I've decided to attempt to build a particle accelerator from coconuts.

Here's my entry. There might likely be a better solution using CMD/batch. The most favorable thing I can say about it is that it works. To adapt it to your purpose, change the ECHO statement inside the :INFINITE_LOOP to do something meaningful, like attempt to decompress the file and exit on success.

Here's a sample of the output as it runs:

'0' '1' ... '9' ... 'A' 'B' ... 'Y' 'Z' 'a' 'b' ... 'y' 'z' '00' '01' ... 'zy' 'zz' '000' '001' ... 'Car' 'Cas' 'Cat' 'Cau' 'Cav' 'Caw' ...

This solution should work with many characters (CHARSET contains all the characters to be used in the output string) with the exception of characters that cannot be assigned simply without escaping them in some manner (e.g. double quote, percent (maybe?), exclamation, ...). The script doesn't completely clean up after itself (you'll have to manually erase %ITER_FILE%), but it isn't too messy.

@ECHO OFF SETLOCAL ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION SET "CHARSET=0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghikjlmnopqrstuvwxyz" :: ====================================================================== :: Setup CALL :CONFIGURE_CHARSET "%CHARSET%" REM ECHO MAX_INDEX: !MAX_INDEX! REM SET :: Put the smallest value in the file. SET ITER_FILE=%TEMP%\ITERATOR_%RANDOM%.txt ECHO.0>"%ITER_FILE%" :: ====================================================================== :: Main Loop :INFINITE_LOOP CALL :READ_ITER "%ITER_FILE%" _ITER_CONTENTS ECHO '!_ITER_CONTENTS!' CALL :NEXT_ITER "%ITER_FILE%" GOTO :INFINITE_LOOP EXIT /B :: "Increment" the contents of the "state variable" file. :NEXT_ITER SETLOCAL SET "FILE=%1" SET "NEXT_FILE=%TEMP%\ITERATOR_NEXT_%RANDOM%.txt" SET CARRY=1 FOR /F %%n IN (%FILE%) DO ( IF !CARRY! EQU 1 ( SET /A I_VALUE=%%n+1 IF !I_VALUE! GTR %MAX_INDEX% ( SET I_VALUE=0 SET CARRY=1 ) ELSE ( SET CARRY=0 ) ) ELSE ( SET I_VALUE=%%n ) ECHO !I_VALUE!>>"!NEXT_FILE!" ) REM Add a new digit place. IF !CARRY! EQU 1 (ECHO.0>>"!NEXT_FILE!") MOVE /Y "%NEXT_FILE%" "%FILE%" >NUL ENDLOCAL EXIT /B :: Read the contents of the "state variable" file and translate it :: into a string. :: The file is a series of lines (LSB first), each containing a single :: number (an index). :: Each index represents a single character from the CHARSET. :READ_ITER SETLOCAL SET "FILE=%1" SET "VAR=%2" SET VALUE= SET _V= FOR /F %%n IN (%FILE%) DO ( SET "VALUE=!VALUE_%%n!!VALUE!" ) ENDLOCAL && SET %VAR%=%VALUE% EXIT /B :: Translate the index number to a character. :TRANS_INDEX SETLOCAL SET "VAR=%1" SET "C=%2" SET IDX= FOR /L %%i IN (0,1,%MAX_INDEX%) DO ( IF "!VALUE_%%i!"=="!C!" SET IDX=%%i ) SET "TRANS=!VALUE_%%i!" ENDLOCAL && SET "%VAR%=%TRANS%" EXIT /B :: This is ugly magic. :: Create variables to hold the translation of an index to a character. :: As a side effect, set MAX_INDEX to the largest used index. :CONFIGURE_CHARSET SET CONFIG_TEMP=%TEMP%\CONFIG_%RANDOM%.cmd IF EXIST "%CONFIG_TEMP%" DEL /Q "%CONFIG_TEMP%" CALL :WRITE_CONFIG "%CONFIG_TEMP%" "%1" REM Import all the definitions. CALL "%CONFIG_TEMP%" EXIT /B REM Create a means to "add one" to a value. :WRITE_CONFIG SETLOCAL SET "FILE=%1" SET "STR=%2" REM This is the "index" of the symbol. SET "INDEX=%3" IF "!INDEX!"=="" SET INDEX=0 IF NOT "%STR%"=="" ( SET "C=!STR:0,1!" IF NOT "%4"=="" ( SET "FIRST=%4" ) ELSE ( SET "FIRST=!C!" ) SET "D=!STR:1,1!" IF "!D!"=="" ( SET CARRY=1 SET "D=!FIRST!" ) ELSE ( SET CARRY=0 ) ECHO SET VALUE_!INDEX!=!C!>>"!FILE!" SET /A NEXT_INDEX=INDEX+1 REM Recurse... SET MAX_INDEX=!INDEX! CALL :WRITE_CONFIG "!FILE!" "!STR:1!" "!NEXT_INDEX!" "!FIRST!" IF !INDEX! GTR !MAX_INDEX! SET MAX_INDEX=!INDEX! ) ENDLOCAL && SET MAX_INDEX=%MAX_INDEX% EXIT /B

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