> ideally C, albeit C++ could be Ok, but NO assembly.
> implementations in other languages (e.g., Java) which could
> be used as a model and reference for a C version would be Ok.
as a guess this stuff usualy isn't that easy to implement in any efficent
sense with C or C++, (same reason as network checksums are usually inline
asm, getting the carry bit in C is inefficent..
> Google(TM) has not (yet) been of much help here. (I suppose
> the GCC support library might have something like this?)
Ah with google you have to keep digging.. have a look at .
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