Micha Feigin <email@example.com> writes: > You can never convert it into a single unique number. That can be proved > to be impossible. No, it can't. Counter-proof: let the MP3 represent a single number, base 256, where the first byte is the lowest-order digit, second byte next lowest order, etc. Every unique MP3 is now a unique (really, really big) number. -- Alan Shutko <firstname.lastname@example.org> - I am the rocks. "Fax licks mole a$$es..."