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Fortran code for MD5 hash of a string

Hi Experts,


I am looking for a Fortran implementation that will give me the MD5 hash of a string.


I have found one example, but it does not always give the correct answers.



Regards,

Leigh



* FORTRAN* CryptographyAlgorithms* MD5

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Joe Winograd

8/22/2022 - Mon
Joe Winograd

Hi Leigh,

I haven't tested this myself, but I think that the version at Rosetta Code is worth a spin:
https://rosettacode.org/wiki/MD5

Regards, Joe
LeighWardle

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Hi Joe,

I have compiled the code from https://rosettacode.org/wiki/MD5 

It appears to process a bunch of files defined via command-line arguments.

I have tried running it with one file, but it throws an unhandled exception.

Right now my head is too woolly to explore how to adapt it to a single string.

Regards, Leigh
Joe Winograd

Hi Leigh,
My head is probably woolier than yours at 3:15am here. :) Even after a good night's sleep, I doubt that I can help, as it has been years since I did any serious coding in Fortran. Cheers, Joe
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Simple solution is to take the Windows Fortran code, then port it to your Fortran compiler.
LeighWardle

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I have am 99% of the way through adapting the Rosetta Code to just handle a single string.

But I am stuck on a type conversion issue.

Not sure if it's ethical to mention my post on another forum, but here goes:

How to convert one character to a variable that is type integer(BYTE)
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Joe Winograd

I managed to adapt the Rosetta Code to just handle a single string.
Great news! I'm glad that my suggestion of Rosetta Code worked as a starting point for you. Regards, Joe
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