QCA

hashtest.cpp

The code below shows how to use the QCA::Hash class

/*
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// QtCrypto/QtCrypto has the declarations for all of QCA
#include <QtCrypto>
#include <QCoreApplication>
#include <cstdio>
#ifdef QT_STATICPLUGIN
#include "import_plugins.h"
#endif
int main(int argc, char **argv)
{
// the Initializer object sets things up, and
// also does cleanup when it goes out of scope
QCoreApplication app(argc, argv);
// we use the first argument if provided, or
// use "hello" if no arguments
QCA::SecureArray arg = (argc >= 2) ? argv[1] : "hello";
// must always check that an algorithm is supported before using it
if (!QCA::isSupported("sha1"))
printf("SHA1 not supported!\n");
else {
// this shows the "all in one" approach
QString result = QCA::Hash(QStringLiteral("sha1")).hashToString(arg);
printf("sha1(\"%s\") = [%s]\n", arg.data(), qPrintable(result));
}
// must always check that an algorithm is supported before using it
if (!QCA::isSupported("md5"))
printf("MD5 not supported!\n");
else {
// this shows the incremental approach. Naturally
// for this simple job, we could use the "all in one"
// approach - this is an example, after all :-)
QCA::SecureArray part1(arg.toByteArray().left(3)); // three chars - "hel"
QCA::SecureArray part2(arg.toByteArray().mid(3)); // the rest - "lo"
// create the required object.
QCA::Hash hashObject(QStringLiteral("md5"));
// we split it into two parts to show incremental update
hashObject.update(part1);
hashObject.update(part2);
// no more updates after calling final.
QCA::SecureArray resultArray = hashObject.final();
// convert the result into printable hexadecimal.
QString result = QCA::arrayToHex(resultArray.toByteArray());
printf("md5(\"%s\") = [%s]\n", arg.data(), qPrintable(result));
}
return 0;
}
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