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This method returns a serialized version of the hash


QuickHashIntStringHash::saveToString

(PECL quickhash >= Unknown)

QuickHashIntStringHash::saveToStringThis method returns a serialized version of the hash

Description

public string QuickHashIntStringHash::saveToString ( void )

This method returns a serialized version of the hash in the same format that loadFromString() can read.

Return Values

This method returns a string containing a serialized format of the hash. Each element is stored as a four byte value in the Endianness that the current system uses.

Examples

Example #1 QuickHashIntStringHash::saveToString() example

<?php
$hash 
= new QuickHashIntStringHash1024 );
var_dump$hash->exists) );
var_dump$hash->add4"thirty four" ) );
var_dump$hash->exists) );
var_dump$hash->add5"fifty five" ) );

var_dump$hash->saveToString() );
?>



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