Pyfasthash - Python Non-cryptographic Hash Library

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pyhash is a python non-cryptographic hash library. It provide several common hash algorithms with C/C++ implementation for performance. pyhash support the following hash algorithms FNV (Fowler-Noll-Vo) hash, MurmurHash 1/2/3, lookup3, SuperFastHash.



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