MD5 Hash as Number?
Date: Thu, 06 Oct 2005 22:30:01 +0100
I have an MD5 hash, all 16 bytes of it, and I would like to store this
as a number as opposed to a byte array or the conventional 32 character
hex encoded string. Any ideas or am I way off course?
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