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Syntax for: String Manipulation / Crypt

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<?php

$password 
crypt("My1sTpassword"); # let salt be generated

# You should pass the entire results of crypt() as the salt for comparing a
# password, to avoid problems when different hashing algorithms are used. (As
# it says above, standard DES-based password hashing uses a 2-character salt,
# but MD5-based hashing uses 12.)
if (crypt($user_input,$password) == $password) {
   echo 
"Password verified!";
}
?>
 
Description for: String Manipulation / Crypt
  One-way string encryption (hashing)


 
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