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sComputeCrc32 (Function)
In french: sCalculeCrc32
Calculates the Cyclical Redundancy Check (CRC) of buffer.
Remark: The CRC is equivalent to a buffer signature. Any modification made to the buffer changes the CRC value. The use of CRC allows you to detect the possible file modifications during a transfer via network. You can compare the CRC of the file before and after transmission. If they are identical, the file was probably not modified during the transfer.
Versions 15 and later
Java This function is now available for Java applications.
New in version 15
Java This function is now available for Java applications.
Java This function is now available for Java applications.
// Calculates the CRC of a string
CRC is int
CRC = sComputeCrc32(MyString)
// Transmits the string and the CRC
// Check the integrity of string
IF sComputeCrc32(MyString) <> CRC THEN Info("Modified string")
<Result> = sComputeCrc32(<Buffer> [, <Partial CRC>])
<Result>: Integer
Control value of string (CRC)
<Buffer>: Buffer or character string (with quotes)
String or buffer used to calculate the control value (CRC)
<Partial CRC>: Optional integer
Result of a previous CRC calculation. This parameter is used to calculate the CRC of two buffers in a row: there is no need to concatenate the buffers. This parameter corresponds to 0 (a single buffer is managed) by default.
JavaPHP This parameter is ignored. A single buffer is managed.
The sComputeCrc32 function is identical to the sComputeCrc16 function, but is faster and more efficient.
Business / UI classification: Business Logic
Component: wd260std.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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