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Digest in java

 
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Please can naybody help me out...
I have one script called digest on linux when i am passing input
"bharat" to it it's giving me output : "37V7Ll82wfiT28Et1miX1A==".
When i am passing that same string to my java digest class it's giving me output: "[B@3ac748".
Since i have to store that encrypted password in ldap for further authetication what is the proper way for digest please help me out?
Why the results are different?
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Looks like the digest class is interpreting your String as a different type Object other than a String. The output looks like a String representation of the reference to the Object.

However, this topic is not relavant to the JavaRanch forum. This forum is for discussion of the JavaRanch site, not Java. Therefore, I am moving this to Java in General (beginners).
 
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