Specifies the format of the CRC.
This enumeration has a FlagsAttribute attribute that allows a bitwise combination of its member values.
|LsbFirst||The least significant bit of each byte is sent through the CRC first.||1|
|MsbFirst||The most significant bit of each byte is sent through the CRC first.||2|
|KoopmanPolynomial||The constant term and the highest order polynomial term are always one for CRCs. A 16-bit CRC, for example, will always have x^16 and x^0 terms. It's a matter of convention which is left out, and more commonly it is the highest-order term. If the polynomial is in Koopman notation, the lowest-order term is dropped instead. This corresponds to "Reversed Reciprocal" entries on Wikipedia's CRC page.||4|
|ReversedPolynomial||The order of bits in the CRC polynomial is reversed. Higher order terms correspond to less significant bits. This corresponds to "Reversed" entries on Wikipedia's CRC page.||8|
Assembly: NBit (in NBit.dll)