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From: "Richard L. Hess" <[log in to unmask]>
WARNING! THIS IS **NOT** A SERIOUS REPLY...NOTE "CAPITAL '6'" IN THE
> I am starting to generate an MD5 hash of the files that I deliver by
> ftp and was wondering which MD5 hash generators are popular.
> I found a pretty neet one-file-at-a-time applet that will generate a
> companion ".md5" file which is good for my workflow. www.drnaylor.co.uk
> I would like a batch generator that would place each hash into a
> separate text file with the complete filename and the extension md5 added.
> Any suggestions?
> Of course, I'd prefer freeware as I don't think this is an
> extra-charge service.
1) Corned-beef hash...roast-beef hash (for which I have a good recipe!)...
or does the user select the variety of hash to be generated?
2) Should the application also generate the side dishes (if any), or
are those to be provided by the user?!
3) If such an application actually exists, it would seem that the
hitherto-assumed-impossible bridge between digitalia and actual solid
objects has FINALLY been crossed...?! If so, my compliments to both
the chef and the programmer(s) involved...
Steven C. Barr
(who has been a roast-beef hash devotee for some 64 (+/-) years...!)