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What is Adler32

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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Warehouse Free Cost of Capital
Divisional Court Accounting method Financial Intermediary
Interest UFT Internal Control
Automatic Stabilisers Institutional Sector Testate
Copycat packaging Log file N349 Civil Court form
Base64 Pillars of the EU Custody time limit
N6 Civil Court form Tax Accounting Dissolution
Internet Protocol Security - IPsec Political equity Petty Cash
Arraignment Tontine Net worth
Just in Time (JIT) SEMEA Birr
Tangible Assets Progress payments Offshore
Productivity Trial contents Double Deflation
Arrears Leone Specific Legacy

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