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Old 09-28-2007, 02:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Cash Registers --- What is a HASH DEPARTMENT

Programming an Electronic Cash Register at the moment.
What is a HASH department?
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It could be the way to mark sales by department, such as Electricals an White goods an Brown goods ect
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hash (term used in databases) as cash registers runs databases at back end. so fairly understandable. hash actually represents data in smaller format, like for example. you can represent Electrical as EL, Dairy as DR etc.
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