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Announce: QCP64 Variable Checksum

Von: Simon Roberts (simon@noham.chronolabs.org.au) [Profil]
Datum: 10.08.2008 15:43
Message-ID: <9gCnk.169$IT3.119@fe05.usenetserver.com>
Newsgroup: alt.comp
Announce: QCP64 Variable Checksum

Release notes:

Checksums are an important part of all functions of computing they offer
methods of providing data a string or otherwise know as a set length
impression to the data so it can be verified that it is functionally and
completely the same. Checksums are part of cryptology that offer finite
measurement of data and ensure that there is a lot of functionality in the
methods of data verification. Checksums are also referred to as hashes.

The nice feature of the QCP64 is the lack of repetitive numbering, many
checksums/hashes are defined by long occurrences of numerical expression (it
was time to change, this).

QCP64 has 3 many items 2 of which have defaults, there is a seed between 1 -
255 where it will seed the based and produce the hash/checksum for you in
various different bases, it also has a variable length, default 27
characters. You can alter these which will change the checksum as well. You
can see your text.

A hash function is any well-defined procedure or mathematical function for
turning some kind of data into a relatively small integer, that may serve as
an index into an array. The values returned by a hash function are called
hash values, hash codes, hash sums, or simply hashes.






http://bin.chronolabs.org.au/qcp64_checksum.zip (php)

Size: 12Kb's
CRC32: 13945fb2
MD5: 145f45a5284e3c416265fa27c1d0463b

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