Adler32 is another checksum algorithm that is used as a "quick and dirty" version of the CRC32 algorithm (it was developed by Mark Adler from Fletcher's checksum).
You get a single 32-bit number that represents a block of data (of any size but >128 bytes preferably).
If the data changes in any way (even a single bit) the Adler32 calculation would yield a completely different value.
or use one instance for several Adler32s:
or if reading a file in blocks:
while(Read(Buffer, Size)) Adler32.From(Buffer, Size, true);
Test Vectors used in the tester are generated from the RFC1950 C implementation. There are no official test vectors.
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