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Adler32 is a checksum hash designed in 1995 by Mark Adler . This is a 32 bit hash with two 16 bit calculations. Used for file authentication, checksum, check digits, fingerprints, ciphers  and error detecting. See Universal Hash and HMAC Generator.

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