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Re^3: Hashes aren't being differently randomized

by Hue-Bond (Priest)
on Jun 27, 2006 at 14:41 UTC ( #557811=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Hashes aren't being differently randomized
in thread Hashes aren't being differently randomized

I always get the same output

Same here:

$ PERL_HASH_SEED_DEBUG=1 perl ./foo | md5sum HASH_SEED = 4155558892 da7b0b6c9adb2fbc01be283dc16aed19 - $ PERL_HASH_SEED_DEBUG=1 perl ./foo | md5sum HASH_SEED = 51798468 da7b0b6c9adb2fbc01be283dc16aed19 - $ PERL_HASH_SEED_DEBUG=1 perl ./foo | md5sum HASH_SEED = 2930542944 da7b0b6c9adb2fbc01be283dc16aed19 -

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Re^4: Hashes aren't being differently randomized (colliders)
by tye (Sage) on Jun 27, 2006 at 22:07 UTC

    Ever wonder exactly which keys in your particular hash are sharing a bucket? Here is a destructive tool that will tell you that:

    my %hash= 0..299; for my $av ( getKeyCollisions( \%hash ) ) { print "@$av\n"; } sub getKeyCollisions { my( $hv )= @_; no warnings 'numeric'; my $buckets= 0 + %$hv; my @keys= keys %$hv; my( @clash, @return ); while( @keys ) { my $key= shift @keys; delete $hv->{$key}; my $b= 0 + %$hv; if( $b == $buckets ) { push @clash, $key; } elsif( @clash ) { push @return, [@clash,$key]; @clash= (); } $buckets= $b; } return @return; } __END__ 276 90 206 118 272 190 298 194 226 58 284 86 76 82 110 280 228 268 218 202 168 184 14 178 24 104 124 256 216 26 80 72 162 74 240 246 108 230 64 210 68 188 116 88 136 30 144 286 120 28 40 134 156 192 250 22 42 158 94 248 296 34 132 164

    - tye        

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