The module for calculating Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) for Node.js and the Browser.
- Full test suite comparing values against reference
- ES6 modules.
- Provides CRC tables for optimized calculations.
- Provides support for the following CRC algorithms:
- CRC1 (
- CRC8 (
- CRC8 1-Wire (
- CRC16 (
- CRC16 CCITT (
- CRC16 Modbus (
- CRC16 Kermit (
- CRC16 XModem (
- CRC24 (
- CRC32 (
- CRCJAM (
- CRC1 (
npm install crc
Calculate a CRC32 (recommended way):
Import everything (this may bloat bundle size):
Or use CommonJS (compatability mode, no longer recommended):
const crc32 = ;;// "3610a686"
Calculate a CRC32 of a file:
Or using a
Incrementally calculate a CRC32:
value = crc;value = crc;value = crc;value;// "9e1c092"
Important: Node >= 6.3.0 < 6.9.2
There's was a bug in Node #9342 that affected CRC calculation if
Buffer.split() is used (see issue discussion for details). This affected all version starting from
6.3.0 up to but not including
6.9.2. The patch #9341 was released in
6.9.2. If you are upgrading and seeing odd CRC calculation mismatches, this might be the reason.
pycrc library is which the source of all of the CRC tables.
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2014 Alex Gorbatchev
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