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once completed execute cheksum()using SHA1 .Please help me.Your help is appreciated.
Posted 14-Nov-12 4:23am
OriginalGriff at 14-Nov-12 10:26am
What's the problem?
What part of this is causing your difficulties?
allo1989 at 14-Nov-12 10:45am
i should execute checksum() using SHA1/MD5 on that file
OriginalGriff at 14-Nov-12 10:55am
OK - so what is the problem? The MSDN documentation for SHA1 includes examples of the basic code - it just needs you to tweak it a little.

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System.File.IO.Copy(source, destination); Here[^] is the SHA1 class. Basically, you had to type 8 characters in to google to find this information.
Christian Graus at 14-Nov-12 10:34am
It means that doing your own research on this was trivial. I googled C# SHA1, so actually 7 characters. No, I'm not going to do the work for you, if you can't do it based on what I told you, then you should not be getting paid for doing this task.

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