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karl7026

What algorithm does pixelchecksum use?

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Hello,

I've been using AutoIt frequently for a year or so, and have recently started working with Java for portability under other OS's than Windows. I'm trying to duplicate the results of PixelChecksum using Java's CRC32 implementation as I thought this might be the same as used in PixelChecksum. However this hasn't worked. After searching the forums a few times and finding no exact answers as to how PixelChecksum does it's thing (ie: what algorithm and pixel colour data structure it uses), I'm hoping someone might know the answer to this?

(I've also tested changing the structure of the pixel's data to see if that helped to no avail.)

Having compatibility between my programs would be awesome, so any pointers would be much appreciated.

Thanks,

Karl.

(Can post more details on tests already done if needed)

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I didn't realise the source code was available.

'Adler32.'

Thanks

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Plus I'll hide a big thank you to all the developers of AutoIT in here :)

It's been a brilliant language to learn on and still a great tool to have in Windows!

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