From: Craig Henderson (cdm.henderson_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-10-07 10:44:59
"Bohdan" <warever_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> > Unforunately your has algorithm does not 100% guaranteed unique either.
> Which algorithm ?
> ... If you are talking about hashof_ method than it doesn't
> need to give absolutely unique values. And it is not my, i borrowed it
> of stl implementations. I'm sure there no crc or hash algorithms that give
> 100% unique values :o), so you should add "&& <real string comparison>" to
> crc_string correct.
> ... If you are talking about whole immutable_string / value pooling
> you are wrong. It guarantees string equality from references equality
> all used immutable_string values are uniquelly present in values pool.
> Again this is not my idea :)
I was referring to the hashof_ method. This hash algorithm does not
guarantee unique values.
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