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I want to look for some one-to-one hashing function.

In C++, any one-to-one hashing function?

Jul 22 '05 #1
2 2016
Pat writes:
I want to look for some one-to-one hashing function.

In C++, any one-to-one hashing function?

I assume by one-to-one you mean perfect hashing. There is no such thing in
the standard libraries, I would search google to see what you can dig up.
Jul 22 '05 #2
"Pat" <Pa*@Pat.com> wrote in message news:40******** **@rain.i-cable.com...
I want to look for some one-to-one hashing function.

In C++, any one-to-one hashing function?

Assuming you are looking for a 'perfect hash' function:

There is no such thing as a general-purpose perfect hash. A hash
function can only be perfect for a specific set of inputs.

There are C/C++ tools, however, that can automatically generate
a perfect hash function for a specific list of input strings.
For example: http://www.gnu.org/software/gperf/gperf.html
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