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Oh dear.

I'm using a SHA based on John Allen's algorithm in Perlshop where

SHA("squeamish ossifrage\n");
Should return 82055066 4cf29679 2b38d164 7a4d8c0e 1966af57

It does so when I run it here at home, but on my server (Prohosting) it produces a different hash, though with an equal number of ciphers, and format.

I suspect this might be a know issue for those more seasoned in Perl than myself - but I sure can't figure this one out.

It would be nice to get some help here!

-Dagfinn

In reply to squeamish ossifrage - SHA failing by vnomad

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