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shortest digest of a string


shortest digest of a string

By : user3851065
Date : October 17 2020, 11:12 PM
it helps some times That works very poorly, when you consider the fact that characters are not in fact limited to 256; there are closer to 2^32 codepoints in Unicode; and if you try what you are planning on an UTF-8 string, it is going to blow up. In a big way.
A better approach would be to use a digest algorithm like MD5 or FNV, or doing what you are doing, but rather with a linked list sparse array; adding the codepoints of the characters as you encounter them, and concatenating the codepoints afterwards, converting to, say, UTF-8 as you go.
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TypeError: wrong argument (String)! (Expected kind of OpenSSL::Digest::Digest)

TypeError: wrong argument (String)! (Expected kind of OpenSSL::Digest::Digest)


By : user2187045
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help The error message says you gave a string where an object of kind OpenSSL::Digest::Digest was expected.
So use OpenSSL::Digest::SHA256.new (which is an object of kind OpenSSL::Digest::Digest on account of SHA256 being a subclass of Digest) instead of 'sha256' (which is a string).
Ruby - Digest::Digest is deprecated; Use Digest

Ruby - Digest::Digest is deprecated; Use Digest


By : Ajaz Ul Haq
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue Borrowing the reply from this thread
Convert Between Digest::MD5.digest and Digest::MD5.hexdigest

Convert Between Digest::MD5.digest and Digest::MD5.hexdigest


By : Staisia
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you Using then unpack method will do the trick. (Checkout the official documentation)
code :
Digest::MD5.digest('http://www.example.com').unpack('H*').first == Digest::MD5.hexdigest('http://www.example.com')
Write a function named shortest() that finds the length of the shortest string in a list of strings

Write a function named shortest() that finds the length of the shortest string in a list of strings


By : user3173348
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times Write a function named shortest() that finds the length of the shortest string in a list of strings. The function shortest() takes one parameter: 1. a list of strings, textList The function shortest() should return the length of the shortest string in textList. You may assume that textList contains at least one element (string). , I would do it like this:
code :
def shortest(textList):
    shortest_string_len=len(textList.pop())
    for text in textList:
        actual_text_len=len(text)
        if actual_text_len < shortest_string_len:
            shortest_string_len=actual_text_len
    return (shortest_string_len)


beatleLine = ['I', 'am', 'the', 'walrus']
print(shortest(beatleLine))
Ruby on Rails: How can I resolve the "Digest::Digest is deprecated; use Digest" warning when uploading to AWS-

Ruby on Rails: How can I resolve the "Digest::Digest is deprecated; use Digest" warning when uploading to AWS-


By : shiva krishna
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you Have you tried making sure you have a current version of the gem?
Check your gemfile:
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