crc

Computes CRC checksum

  1. crc
  2. Documentation
    1. crc32
  3. Usage
  4. Examples
  5. Notes
  6. Author
  7. Version history
  8. License

Documentation

Computes CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check) Checksum.

crc32

[procedure] (crc32 STRING [LENGTH]) => integer

Returns the 32-bit checksum of the STRING. LENGTH is (string-length STRING) when missing.

STRING may also be a blob.

Usage

(require-extension crc)

Examples

(require-extension crc)

(crc32 "abc") ;=> 891568578

Notes

Author

Daishi Kato

Version history

1.0.0
From the Chicken 3 version. [kon lovett]

License

Copyright (c) 2005, Daishi Kato All rights reserved.

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