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Tim Craig22-Aug-09 21:27
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QuestionMD5CryptoServiceProvider's ComputeHash doesn't match (x86 vs x64)? Pin
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supercat919-Aug-09 6:44
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francoisdotnet19-Aug-09 10:46
francoisdotnet19-Aug-09 10:46 
Thank you for your comment.

I agree, between versions (or even builds) an implementation should be allowed to change and also to change its return value. But here we are talking about exactly the same "implementation" (of the method) behaving on differently depending on the platform/CPU (x86 vs x64). As much as your comment makes sense, I can't see how it applies to the same implementation across CPU - am I missing something?

PS: The "sucks" was just venting my frustration Sigh | :sigh: as my newly found wisdom has caused me quite an substantial bit of extra work D'Oh! | :doh:
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supercat919-Aug-09 14:34
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QuestionVariable Depth For Loop to create a number sequence... Pin
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Moreno Airoldi15-Aug-09 7:28
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QuestionRegarding time complexity Pin
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QuestionHi, I'm a freshman for the Digtal image processing, I wonder if HMM or Markov model is the right choice for target tracking. Pin
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Tim Craig9-Aug-09 8:48
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