murmurhash3js

A javascript implementation of MurmurHash3's x86 hashing algorithms.(Browser&Server)

MurmurHash3js

A javascript implementation of MurmurHash3's hashing algorithms.

Installation

npm install murmurhash3js

bower install murmurhash3js

    // browser 
        <script type="text/javascript" src="murmurhash3js.min.js"></script>
    // server 
        var murmurHash3 = require("murmurhash3js");
// Return a 32bit hash as a unsigned int: 
> murmurHash3.x86.hash32("I will not buy this record, it is scratched.")
  2832214938
 
// Return a 128bit hash as a unsigned hex: 
> murmurHash3.x86.hash128("I will not buy this tobacconist's, it is scratched.")
  "9b5b7ba2ef3f7866889adeaf00f3f98e"
> murmurHash3.x64.hash128("I will not buy this tobacconist's, it is scratched.")
  "d30654abbd8227e367d73523f0079673"
 
// Specify a seed (defaults to 0): 
> murmurHash3.x86.hash32("My hovercraft is full of eels.", 25)
  2520298415
 
// Rebind murmurHash3: 
> somethingCompletelyDifferent = murmurHash3.noConflict()
> murmurHash3
  undefined
> somethingCompletelyDifferent.version
  "3.0.1" // get version 

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