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Lost 3 words out of 12, and not sure of order, mnemonic seed

Since you have the checksum, and a majority of the words, I believe working with the binary or hex would be faster. I don't know how much you know, or don't, so I'm going to start from the beginning, ...
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How much entropy is lost alphabetising your mnemonics?

TL;DR: you get around a factor 500 million attack speedup for 12 words, bringing it not quite in the realm of feasible attacks, but it's getting close. For 24 words, the speedup is around a factor ...
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Create a Bitcoin Core wallet from a recovery phrase

Yes, but you must use a wallet-client that supports your Seed Recovery data, which may include a passphrase as well as the mnemonic. Electrum's can be different from the standard BIP39 version. Once ...
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How much entropy is lost alphabetising your mnemonics?

The number of possible 12 word phrases (disregarding the checksum) is 2048 ^ 12 = 5444517870735015415413993718908291383296 The number of alphabetically ordered 12 word phrases is = ...
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Found 2015 seed phrase - NOT bip32 or common format! Cant open it!

Back then, everyone knowledgeable was aware that I have no idea what wallet it goes to would lead to a loss of funds. Only BIP32/BIP39 compatibility has solved that problem. Any "words encoding ...
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entropy to mnemonic converter

As stated by RedGrittyBlock this is really more of a web development question vs a bitcoin one. Also although it can be fun to create keys from file sources, typically it's a bad idea and should be ...
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Found 2015 seed phrase - NOT bip32 or common format! Cant open it!

BIP-32 is about Hierarchical Deterministic Wallets BIP-39 is about Mnemonic Seed Phrases and includes a fixed English word list as well as word lists for other languages. Before version 2.0 Electrum ...
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