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List available 2 letters domain names in JavaScript using Node.js / JXcore
var https = require("https");
var fs = require("fs");
var ws = fs.createWriteStream("2letters_domains_available.txt");
var domain = "aa.lc"; // format: aa.tld
var numbers = false; // include numbers
function apiParse(body)
{
var status = JSON.parse(body)[0].available;
if (status == "pending")
apiRequest();
else
{
console.log(domain + ": " + status);
if (status == "available")
ws.write(domain + "\n");
var ascii = domain.charCodeAt(1);
if (ascii > 96 && ascii < 122) // > 'a' - 1 && < 'z' character
domain = domain.substring(0, 1) + String.fromCharCode(ascii + 1) + domain.substring(2);
else if (numbers && (ascii == 122 || ascii < 57)) // < '9' character
{
if (ascii == 122)
ascii = 47; // '0' character - 1
domain = domain.substring(0, 1) + String.fromCharCode(ascii + 1) + domain.substring(2);
}
else if ((ascii = domain.charCodeAt(0)) > 96 && ascii < 122)
{
domain = domain.substring(0, 1) + 'a' + domain.substring(2);
domain = String.fromCharCode(ascii + 1) + domain.substring(1);
}
else if (numbers && (ascii == 122 || ascii < 57))
{
if (ascii == 122)
ascii = 47;
domain = domain.substring(0, 1) + 'a' + domain.substring(2);
domain = String.fromCharCode(ascii + 1) + domain.substring(1);
}
else
{
ws.end();
return;
}
apiRequest();
}
}
function apiResponse(res)
{
var body = "";
res.on("data", function(d) {
body += d;
});
res.on("end", function() {
apiParse(body);
});
}
function apiRequest()
{
console.log("checking " + domain);
https.get("https://www.gandi.net/domain/suggest/verbose_tlds?currency=EUR&tld=" + domain, apiResponse);
}
apiRequest();
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