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See also List of tools to crack passwords References External links Official HYIPLAB: HYIP Investment System - HYIPLAB Official Website Category:Cryptographic attacksQ: what is the difference between zlib's deflateInit() and deflateInit2() I know zlib has two init functions: deflateInit() for deflation deflateInit2() for deflation with preset dictionary deflateInit() is the recommended function, though, so my question is: what is the difference between the two for this use case? I really want to use set dictionary in deflateInit2(), but I don't want to get redeflating all data and to have unnecessary extra structure. A: deflateInit2() is deprecated. It is an analog to deflateInit() in that it initializes the normal format, but with a preset dictionary. The zlib sources have a patch in contrib/minizip1/zip_*.c that looks like a work-around for zlib 1.2.x's behavior in that it adds a third initialization method and let's you specify the dictionary. I just haven't been able to test that it works correctly. Tobacco, alcohol use, and the risk of cutaneous malignancies among U.S. female physicians. Our study assessed the association of tobacco and alcohol consumption with the risk of developing cutaneous malignancies among U.S. female physicians. Data were obtained from the National Health Interview Surveys for 1992-2003, which is a nationwide, representative sample of the U.S. civilian, noninstitutionalized population. In this analysis, female physicians were compared to female physicians who did not practice medicine. Among both groups, those who consumed tobacco and those who drank alcohol were more likely to be older, non-white, overweight, physically active, and live in urban areas. In particular, those who consumed alcohol were more likely to be physically active and live in urban areas. Among female physicians, there were no significant differences in the risk of developing cutaneous malignancies between those who consumed tobacco and non-users, for both squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma, or between non-drinkers and drinkers. There is no increased risk of developing squamous cell carcinoma or basal cell carcinoma among female physicians who consume tobacco and are physically active.FAQ What are






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