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Re: Hex String XOR

by Marshall (Prior)
on Mar 12, 2012 at 08:48 UTC ( #959081=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Hex String XOR

I know question #2, chr() and ord()

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; printf "%X\n", ord('a'); #61 printf "%X\n", ord('b'); #62 print chr(0x61); #a
still working on the best formulation for question #1. An issue is how to make it efficient.

Update: I think Moritz is on it.

pack() and unpack() are cool critters, but sometimes you have to stare at it for awhile. Example from the doc's:
sub ordinal { unpack("W",$_[0]); } # same as ord()

ord() and chr() are pretty "lightweight" critters. Without testing, I don't know if some kind of substr() based approach would be slower or faster. I assume for crypto, speed would be a major factor. On this performance point, I just don't know at the moment.

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