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From: BoI base <postbase () mail ru>
Date: Tue, 23 Mar 2004 21:56:09 +0300

Hello ,

My friend Karl asked me to send reply to Matt Howard and mailing list:

Tuesday, March 23, 2004, 4:57:24 PM, you wrote:

MH> On Saturday 20 March 2004 7:04 am, BoI base wrote:

MH> I'm not exactly clear on your question... did you mean to use the word
MH> 'implementation' instead of 'realization'?
Quite so. I speak english not well, that's why i used 'realization'
instead of 'implementation'

MH> You can find Digest::MD5 on CPAN
MH> (http://www.cpan.org) Are you familiar with it?  As root, on your PC, run:
MH> perl -MCPAN -e shell
MH> It will ask some questions and select a mirror, then you can type
MH> install Digest::MD5
MH> to get what you're looking for.  After it's installed, you can run
MH> man Digest::MD5
MH> or
MH> perldoc Digest::MD5
But I received only 16,22 or 32-byte hashes. Why not 34-byte hashes?
And how can I use Digest::MD5 for it? Or maybe you can show me a
script on perl or c/c++ with its implementation.

MH> to see the documentation and usage examples.  If you have any Perl related
MH> questions, you can ask them at Perl Monks (http://www.perlmonks.org).
Thanks for link.

Best regards, EVulture [B.o.I]
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