I was signing up to another forum for java then it gave me questions to complete my registration.
(I couldn't answer so I came here looking for another forum :P)
But here is the question:
Question 1: What is the returned value?Code:
int l = 2;
int y = "QCZ".hashCode() % 3000;
int u = "KRL".hashCode() % 3000;
for (int q = 0; q <= u; q++)
l = (l ^ q) % y;
Question 2: What is the greatest common divisor of the previous two results?
So the returned value would be 2, right?
Okay, but about the code in General: hash.Code()
I take it this has done a little 'crypt' in a hash right?
So this means Cryptography is possible in Java...
I am wondering if Java is powerful enough to create a FUD Crypter?
But also I am curious about question 2, if anybody could help me I would enjoy that :3
I'm not sure where this should go so I put this thread here.