.CHK field in MGL format Import / Export Command Files
In Commnd Files (Mega Administration - Supervisor Pdf), the .CHK field is described to be :
".CHK" is the concatenation of the following IdAbs:
• IdAbs of the object
• IdAbs of object authorization
• In the case of the MGL, the IdAbs of the user that made this command.
In the examples given, .CHK typically has the fom shown below:
My understanding of the meaning of "concatenation" is that if one has two values "string1" and "string2", typically strings, then the concatenation of these is "string1string2" i.e. a literal appending of one value to the other.
This is obviously not how the .CHK value is created if one considers the typical Id values, whether in16-bit of hexadecimal format.
What is the exact algorithm by which the .CHK is derived?
Is there a function on the Mega classes that allows its easy calculation?
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