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The hash function used in LZRW1 can be found in Appendix B. Knuth  writes that such functions should be quick to compute and should minimize collisions. Does the choice in LZRW1 satisfy these criteria? The constant 40543 which appears in the definition is prime, but is there any other reason for its choice? (You may wish to consult Knuth’s book.)