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Does SQL Server has SHA1 function to hash a string?

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Or anybody has wrote one?
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ok. done.
thanks.
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None that I know of in SQL Server.  There is in .NET, though.

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Maybe I have to write a dll, then use it in sql server
stored procedure.

How to write the dll? Delphi can do it?
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I have no idea.

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