CS::Utility::Checksum::SHA256 Class Reference
Compute a SHA-256 message digest. More...
CS::Utility::Checksum::Digest< 32 >
|A SHA256 digest is 32 unsigned characters (not 0-terminated). |
Public Member Functions
|void||Append (const uint8 *input, size_t length)|
|Used to update the the input data hash. |
|Used to complete the hashing process and obtain the calculated hash. |
Static Public Member Functions
|static Digest||Encode (const void *, size_t nbytes)|
|Encode a buffer. |
|static Digest||Encode (const char *)|
|Encode a null-terminated string buffer. |
|static Digest||Encode (csString const &)|
|Encode a string. |
Compute a SHA-256 message digest.
This class provides an interface to compute a digest in a "streaming" manner (the message can be split into chunks which are processed sequentially) as well as a convenient interface which allows one to create a digest in a single step.
Member Typedef Documentation
Member Function Documentation
|void CS::Utility::Checksum::SHA256::Append||(||const uint8 *||input,|
Used to update the the input data hash.
input A pointer to an array of the input data with which to update the hash. length The length of the input data to hash (in bytes).
|static Digest CS::Utility::Checksum::SHA256::Encode||(||const void *||,|
Encode a buffer.
|static Digest CS::Utility::Checksum::SHA256::Encode||(||const char *||)||
Encode a null-terminated string buffer.
Used to complete the hashing process and obtain the calculated hash.
After finishing, don't append further data to the hash -- the resulting digest will be bogus.
- The calculated hash.
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