I'm attempting to figure out the number of combinations if you have 95 possibilities and 63 slots to fill where the choices CAN repeat and order does matter and cause a new combination.
A B C - The choices
AA, AB, AC
BA, BB. BC
CA, CB, CC
AAA, AAB, AAC, ABA, ABB, ABC, ACA, ACB, ACC
BAA, BAB, BAC, BBA, BBB, BBC, BCA, BCB, BCC
CAA, CAB, CAC, CBA, CBB, CBC, CCA, CCB, CCC
The basis of my question derives from my curiosity of how many possible passwords ranging from a length of 1 to a length of 63 using 95 different possible characters. I'm aware that this will be a giant number. I'd just like to know the way to solve for finding said number for research purposes.