Tf2 Item Generator
If you want more information, please visit the RandomGen wiki. We’ve tried to make it very, very easy for you to make your own generators, and it’s a very good source of information, not to mention a great way to make new friends.
Well, it’s fairly easy. All generators in RandomGen are simply text files that our website converts into generators.
To make your own generator, you will have to write that text file using the syntax described below (you’ll see, you can do all kinds of neat stuff). Here’s what a finished generator source file looks like :. Pretty readable, huh
As you can see, the source file contains the usual generator info, including the name you want to give your generator. You can put whatever text you want in this text file. You can also put pictures. Remember that pictures have an 80×80 max size, but you can make them bigger if you like. If you want a picture of that orange person that I have in my source, you could put this in : ) Now, to make the generator, we need to use an HTML form. You can put everything you want in the HTML form itself, or you can include a separate HTML form to make the look nicer. For example, I made a generator with pictures, description, and even a link to my profile. But now, if you visit the generator, you’ll get the page with the HTML form. Make sure it’s called MyHTMLForm.html, and you’re done.
Skill Generator samples random skills for random players. Therefore, the skill name must be unique. If the skill name is not unique, RandomGen will find the same skill multiple times. If the skill name is not unique, RandomGen will also generate multiple random skills for the same skill, but this will happen with less probability.
Generate Item-Specific Generator is a highly customizable item generation utility that generates unique item ID’s that can be used to match up with a list of vendors or vendors. The generated item codes are typically used for inventory control purposes. Most likely you can find an old article that explains how to create this kind of items in Tf2.
Item Generator is a data structure generator. It allows the user to create any data structure they like. It is made of well-tested, tested and robust components. You are free to insert any of the data structure components into the generator to create any kind of structure you like.
There are many reasons to create item codes. Item codes can be used in a number of ways: 1. Project codes (item numbers for projects). 2. General item identifiers (such as J1, J2, J3, and so on) 3. Specific items (such as full size glasses). 4. Groups of items (such as three glasses per session). 5. Items within groups (such as the first three items within a group are a sample set). 6. Itemsets (similar to item groups). 7. Validation of itemsets (for example, the probability that an itemset will not occur in the data). 8. Maintaining the uniform distribution of items in a list (for example, the first five items in a list must not be exactly the same).
Item Generator is a data structure generator. It allows the user to create any data structure they like. It is made of well-tested, tested and robust components. You are free to insert any of the data structure components into the generator to create any kind of structure you like. Generated item IDs might be needed for different purposes such as project codes, general item identifiers (such as J1, J2, J3, and so on) and specific items (such as full size glasses).