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checksum function in c / c++

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hi,

i need a fast function to calculate the checksum of a file. (similiar to the cksum shell command)

thanx,
ittay
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Try gnu textutils.  You can download the source from:
ftp://sunsite.doc.ic.ac.uk/gnu/

Be aware this falls under the GPL.

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