Author: Robert Hyatt

Date: 19:52:35 02/18/02

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On February 18, 2002 at 15:43:09, Alvaro Jose Povoa Cardoso wrote: >My program uses hash tables witch are a power of two. >In order to compute the index to an hash table of this kind I simply do: > hashindex=(hashkey & hashsize) >in witch hashsize is a mask with for example the first 12 bits set for a size of >4096 entries. >I would like to know how to compute the index to a hash table that can have >sizes like 1MB, 7MB, 45MB, 49MB, 50MB, ..etc >Could someone please explain how to do this? > >Thank you, >Alvaro Cardoso index = signature % hash_size

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