MD5 Help Page

Daniel 'Dang' Griffith daniel.dang.griffith at
Sat Oct 8 17:37:15 CEST 2005

I'm referring to the text in, which shows the
same thing I see in the Windows version of the help.

The two examples show:


as the output, and that is indeed what I see when I run the examples.

But if I use hexdigest() instead of digest(), I get this result:


I don't understand the difference.  Specifically, in the output of
digest, it shows a 'd' where I expect to see \x64.  What causes this


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