What is the crc32() used for?

BBE32 asked 10 months ago

What is the crc32() used for?

What is the crc32() used for? was last modified: November 26th, 2018 by BBE32

Tip: Click on images to make them larger. If you find anything wrong on this page or need further assistance please comment below or contact me. 🙂

Please like, share and subscribe.

Advanced Programming Made Easy

I hope you enjoyed the article. If I was able to help you please consider a tip for the content.

One Time Tip

more tips

Reoccuring Tips

Tips

Cool People Share:
1 Answers
Karen Leaf Staff answered 10 months ago

The purpose of the crc32() function is to calculate a cyclic redundancy checksum or CRC of any string for validating the integrity of the data. If you want to make sure that you get the correct string representation you should use the %u formatter of the printf() or sprintf() functions. If you do not use the %u formatter then you may get an incorrect or negative number displayed in the result.

Answer for What is the crc32() used for? was last modified: November 26th, 2018 by Karen Leaf

Tip: Click on images to make them larger. If you find anything wrong on this page or need further assistance please comment below or contact me. 🙂

Please like, share and subscribe.

Advanced Programming Made Easy

I hope you enjoyed the article. If I was able to help you please consider a tip for the content.

One Time Tip

more tips

Reoccuring Tips

Tips

Cool People Share: