Sunday, August 16, 2009

EnScript to hash selected text

I was doing some testing and needed to hash just a portion of some files, not their entire contents. So I decided to write a quick EnScript to hash just the selected characters from within a file.

To use this EnScript, simply select whatever characters you want to include in your hash results and run the EnScript.

The EnScript will automatically determine which file you have text selected in and the number of bytes. The EnScript will calculate a MD5 and a SHA1 hash of the selected text:

Download here


Jonathan Rajewski Sunday, 16 August, 2009  

This is exactly what I wanted to do the other day. I ended up using P4 Merge to compare the text strings.

Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous Monday, 17 August, 2009  

Thanks for this, saves copying to HashCalc all the time

AllenD Saturday, 26 March, 2011  

Thanks! Just what I was looking for. Works great too.

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