Tiger/192 by Ross Anderson and Eli Biham.
The acceptable input objects for the digest procedures are strings, input-ports, byte-vectors, or anything that can be converted to a byte-vector. See message-digest for more information.
Returns the 192-bit Tiger hash of OBJECT as a hex string.
Returns the 192-bit Tiger hash of OBJECT as a string.
Returns the 192-bit Tiger hash primitive object.
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