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Address checksum Solidity implementation

Looking at EIP-55, there are quite a few client-side address checksum implementations provided but no Solidity implementation. Are there any existing examples of computing address checksums directly ...
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What does Error: Provided address “1.2870172725867908e+48” is invalid, the capitalization checksum test failed

I have assigned my variables here > var contractAddress = 0xb5A5F22694352C15B00323844aD545ABb2B11028 > var cont = new web3.eth.Contract(abi, contractAddress) I am getting the error : ...
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Checksum vs. Hash: Differences and Similarities ? [closed]

What are similarities and differences between a "checksum" algorithm and a "hash" function? Can they be used instead of each other? Or their usage are different? For example, for verifying the ...
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How to fix checksum mismatch in downloaded node for Ethereum Wallet?

I attempted to update Ethereum Wallet to 1.8.2 and was given an error: Checksum mismatch in downloaded node! MD5: 308... Please install the geth node version 1.8.2 manually So I went to https://...
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Remix Warning: This looks like an address but has an invalid checksum

I have the following contract: pragma solidity ^0.4.13; contract Test { function test() public payable { address(0xCF5609B003B2776699EEA1233F7C82D5695CC9AA).call(1); } } The Remix ...
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What is the tool for address checksum?

I have an error from web3: Unhandled rejection Error: Given address "0x" is not a valid Ethereum address. My question is if is there any tool that can fix my address (add checksum).
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Is possible to check if a address belongs to an exchange?

Most of the exchanges do not accept utility tokens from a contract. Is there a way to validate/check if the target address is/belongs to a exchange?
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Checksum calculation for icap address

I am integrating the new coin, for this i need to create the ICAP address. In this address generation process, we need to generate the checksum, for this how i may create the checksum. example my ...
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Some characters in Ether addresses have changed to capitals after upgrading Mist

I recently upgraded Mist from 0.3.9 to 0.5.0. I have noticed that the capitalisation of some of the characters in my public address have changed. Is this normal?
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What's an “indirect ICAP address”?

The ethereum wiki has a specification of basic, direct and indirect ICAP addresses. Where the basic and the direct are well explained here and here, I have trouble to understand how indirect ICAP ...
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How strong are the checksums in Ethereum addresses?

2 options for Ethereum addresses which have checksums are ICAP and EIP55. Are there others? For each option, how strong are the checksums? What is the chance that a typing mistake (or mistakes) ...
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How can I check if an Ethereum address is valid?

I've read many times that you should never input an address by hand unless you want to accidentally send Ether into no-mans-land. I'd like to know what those checksums might be. Is there a way to tell ...
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What options are suitable for Ethereum addresses with checksums?

Since Ethereum addresses don't have checksums, should ICAP addresses (which do have a checksum) be proliferated? Or are there other options more suitable for the proliferation of checksummed ...
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What is an ICAP address?

It appears ethereum is using plain hexadecimal addresses like 0x0092e965928626f8880629cec353d3fd7ca5974f for now. I noticed, the ethereum C++ implementation outputs so called ICAP addresses, check ...
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Why don't Ethereum addresses have checksums?

A checksum, similar to its use in Bitcoin addresses, can primarily prevent mistyped or invalid addresses from being used, before a transaction with an invalid address is constructed. Why don't ...