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sha384( input, outputEncoding )

Use sha384 to hash input data.

ParameterTypeDescription
inputstring / ArrayBuffer (≥ v0.31.0)The input string or ArrayBuffer object to hash.
outputEncodingstringDescribes the type of encoding to use for the hash value. Can be "base64", "base64url", "base64rawurl", "hex" or "binary".

Returns

TypeDescription
string / ArrayThe hash digest as string (for "base64", "base64url", "base64rawurl", "hex" outputEncoding) or raw array of integers (for "binary" outputEncoding).

Example

import crypto from 'k6/crypto';
export default function () {
let hash = crypto.sha384('hello world!', 'hex');
console.log(hash);
const binArray = [104, 101, 108, 108, 111, 32, 119, 111, 114, 108, 100, 33];
hash = crypto.sha384(new Uint8Array(binArray).buffer, 'hex');
console.log(hash);
}

The above script should result in the following being printed during execution:

INFO[0000] d33d40f7010ce34aa86efd353630309ed5c3d7ffac66d988825cf699f4803ccdf3f033230612f0945332fb580d8af805
INFO[0000] d33d40f7010ce34aa86efd353630309ed5c3d7ffac66d988825cf699f4803ccdf3f033230612f0945332fb580d8af805