Well, maybe they aren't completely useless - think I'll put them in my collection of algos to build on the stack and execute - just to confuse some 'idiot fringe'.

:p well anywho could i get a zip with your algos, or atleast the algos you have made that aren't private :P (just post a zip link here :p)
Posted on 2002-09-22 11:23:44 by win32n00b
Sorry, you'll have to search the board. Most everything is public - it is just in a mess right now. Also, try Thomas' snippet library - good stuff there!
Posted on 2002-09-22 12:33:02 by bitRAKE
I see, well, I can do that BitRake, If i want it bad enough i should be willing to give a little effort in finding it! I also would like some help (preferably you but anyone can help) I need help with writing and understanding the math behind a CRC algorithm! If you could message me on AIM (LNDULGANCE) thats my s/n i would appreciate it! I have read a book on simple data sigs and still don't understand all the concepts behind it!
Posted on 2002-09-22 13:49:38 by win32n00b
I can't recall the CRC stuff off the top of my head - I'll have to consult the web and freshen up. Why don't you go ahead and post the parts your struggling with...
Posted on 2002-09-22 14:36:48 by bitRAKE
Polynomial = X^16+X^15+X^2+1 = 11000000000000101

First of all the math definition of Polynomial i learned way back in algebra was.. something like...
A polynomial is an expression which contains numbers and positive integer powers of an unknown commonly written as x.
okay so i can see how that fits in with CRC as x is the unkown

but i don't see how X^16+X^15+X^2+1 yeilds 11000000000000101 :\
Posted on 2002-09-22 15:15:45 by win32n00b
X=2 because this is binary.

Should really be:

X^16 + X^15 + X^2 + X^0 = 11000000000000101 ;)
Posted on 2002-09-22 16:12:27 by bitRAKE
oh doh! you plugin the base number so if it were for lets say decimal; X=10
Posted on 2002-09-22 16:16:10 by win32n00b
X^16 + X^15 + X^2 + X^0 =

1*X^16 + 1*X^15 + 0*X^14 + 0*X^13 + ... + 0*X^4 + 0*X^3 + 1*X^2 + 0*X^1 + 1*X^0

Each term is representable as k*X^n where k is the coefficient.
The coefficents in order are 11000000000000101.

As far as I know, the X^n is used solely to indicate position, nothing else. If it's present, the coefficient is always 1. If not, the coefficient is obviously 0.
Posted on 2002-09-24 09:11:56 by tenkey
Posted on 2002-10-11 21:40:58 by bitRAKE