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HashPack, HashUnpack

Packs/unpacks the
IppsHashState
or
IppsHashState_rmf
context into/from a user-defined buffer.

Syntax

IppStatus ippsHashPack (const IppsHashState*
pCtx
,
Ipp8u*
pBuffer
,
int
bufSize
);
IppStatus ippsHashPack_rmf(const IppsHashState_rmf*
pCtx
, Ipp8u*
pBuffer
, int
bufferSize
);
IppStatus ippsHashUnpack (const Ipp8u*
pBuffer
, IppsHashState*
pCtx
);
IppStatus ippsHashUnpack_rmf(const Ipp8u*
pBuffer
, IppsHashState_rmf*
pCtx
);
Include Files
ippcp.h
Parameters
pCtx
Pointer to the
IppsHashState
or
IppsHashState_rmf
context.
pBuffer
Pointer to the user-defined buffer.
bufSize
,
bufferSize
The size of the user-defined buffer in bytes.
Description
The
HashPack
function transforms the
*pCtx
context to a position-independent form and stores it in the the
*pBuffer
buffer. The
HashUnpack
function performs the inverse operation, that is, transforms the contents of the
*pBuffer
buffer into a normal
IppsHashState
or
IppsHashState_rmf
context. The
HashPack
and
HashUnpack
functions enable replacing the position-dependent
IppsHashState
or
IppsHashState_rmf
context in the memory.
The value of the
bufSize
parameter must be not less than the size of
IppsHashState
or
IppsHashState_rmf
context. Call the
HashGetSize
function prior to
HashPack
to determine the size of the buffer.
This function has a
reduced memory footprint
version. To learn more, see Reduced Memory Footprint Functions.
Return Values
ippStsNoErr
Indicates no error. Any other value indicates an error or warning.
ippStsNullPtrErr
Indicates an error condition if any of the specified pointers is
NULL
.
ippStsMemErr
Indicates an error condition if the value of
bufSize
is less than the size of the
IppsHashState
context.
ippStsContextMatchErr
Indicates an error condition in a
ippsHashPack_rmf
call if the context parameter does not match the operation.
ippStsNoMem
Indicates an error condition if the value of
bufferSize
is less than the size of the
IppsHashState_rmf
context.

Product and Performance Information

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