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CHECKSUM CALCULATION ON  A STRING IN VB6 AND COMPARE AFTERWARDS

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I write fixed len string records to a database.  I must add a checksum field to every record based on this string-record.
Then later after reading a record compare the record with the added checksum to make sure its not changed by anyone after creation time.
So I need some function for creating and checking afterwards.
 
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