hash36

Crypto hashes in base36

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hash36
Crypto hashes in base36

Install

npm i hash36 --save

Use

var hash = require('hash36')
hash.md5('hello')  // 2l5q82f2vf3q7fd9jxcqgxax02
hash.sha1('hello') // f0b08lb0hdhm40cejhtffui4j3zed0el
hash.sha256('hello') // 8vm6tnpm1er18q6bk8ahcwu3od71xwlh12f5trb48j78njsgaas
hash.sha512('hello') // 1x32k2sgmjz4vh9d8p2f7je5e7n29dnh2tshskajx1ba1ax92a2a0wzh6zdgczl2l6vf6261tho87ws66gkac6m83hpl08fa5sdkpxf

hash(input, options)
Returns a hash.
input
Type: buffer, string, array of string|buffer
Buffer you want to hash.
While strings are supported you should prefer buffers as they're faster to hash. Though if you already have a string you should not convert it to a buffer.
Pass an array instead of concatenating strings and/or buffers. The output is the same, but arrays do not incur the overhead of concatenation.
options
encoding
Type: string Default: hex Values: hex, base64, buffer, binary
Encoding of the returned hash.
algorithm
Type: string Default: sha512 Values: md5, sha1, sha256, sha512

License MIT