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For challenges involving cryptography: encryption or decryption.

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C, 87 bytes $ echo B075343F9832CD60 | ./hash6_ ; echo fc2e9f02bd284bd1 $ echo 5914BD1B71164C77 | ./hash6_ ; echo fc2e9f02bd284bd1 Found using my collision bruteforcer.
answered Jun 2 '15 by Vi.
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PHP 4.1, 66 bytes by Ismael Miguel $ A=0111129112911291111111111111111111111111 php hash.php 2> /dev/null ; echo 0100038003800381129111111111111111111111 $ A=0111129112911291129111111111111111111111 …
answered Jun 1 '15 by Vi.
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C++, 182 characters (+ about 51 characters of boilerplate) h=0xC0CC3051F486B191;j=0x9A318B5A176B8125;char q=0;for(int i=0;i<l;++i){char w=buf[i];h+=((w<<27)*257);j^=(h+0x5233);h+=0xAA02129953CC12C3 …
answered May 31 '15 by Vi.