`bcrypt($value, $options = [])`

The `bcrypt`

function will return a hashed representation of the given `$value`

. The `bcrypt`

function also accepts an array of `$options`

which can be used to affect how the hash is computed. Each invocation of the `bcrypt`

function should produce a different result, even if the input remains the same.

The following example demonstrates how to call the `bcrypt`

function:

`1<?php2 3for ($i = 0; $i < 10; $i++)4{5 // echo the hash and an HTML line break6 echo bcrypt('test'),'<br>';7}`

The above example would output something similar to this:

` 1$2y$10$6b8WZt.Ugwnjjb3JZQH51ecaG.VSjOOO2xCZ3t4s/MGGHU112hhD2 2$2y$10$o/uJXcnrNDQraGgk1.VG9.LwssnANCyOEO8tCuiL5RlO33CpGo.Lq 3$2y$10$7qWDkO43obCCN4hpNDt2Hut2xbg8xmKQHzZF/m4EdsGUHApXcKLyi 4$2y$10$e4srCMoCOaIl9qd2wuk.8e2pBGTxaAu/bDi2CrNlRcNyXxvtYePIy 5$2y$10$1MhsM.KaYpwoODuoBi7wmO6jUrMJ0xGaigL6/JMKAgb48CgyFz8tK 6$2y$10$wTdq3XAG7/UKT0aO4u9lO.ZRcDiaF5p4fXMViticodID9oC/CTsJO 7$2y$10$yHwchZ9HCKZjfnqqulQ7eu61noEwIVZBXKwSZ8.rvYyk9p0SXFNKG 8$2y$10$5XvPyJE9EQ6DpOdYzM.NYeR4eDjAzntn2ogytDh1tNU4ebWrHaYvS 9$2y$10$V1yb7D7rqqUL7BZkR2c3HOjYHvVB/lRg5cvrL/Hl/KYzrKrTV/tvC10$2y$10$6DAP/IjDTOH3iezOzx/CyuH37ZEDtc6.ADkDEfJUUn/msgUGe5A4S`

`bcrypt`

OptionsThe following table lists all of the options that are available to use in with the `bcrypt`

function.

Option | Description |
---|---|

`rounds` |
Determines how many iterations the `bcrypt` function will internally use. |

`rounds`

The `rounds`

option is used to control how many iterations the underlying Blowfish implementation will use when generating the final hash. The `rounds`

value can be any positive integer between `4`

and `31`

(including both `4`

and `31`

). If an integer outside the stated range is supplied an `ErrorException`

will be thrown. The `rounds`

option is synonymous with the `cost`

option when using PHP's `password_hash`

or `crypt`

functions. Increasing the rounds will also increase the time required to compute the hash. The default value for this option is `10`

.

` 1<?php 2 3// Compute a hash with a 'cost' of 4 4bcrypt('test', ['rounds' => 4]); 5 6// Compute a hash with a 'cost' of 5 7bcrypt('test', ['rounds' => 4]); 8 9// These will throw an `ErrorException`10bcrypt('test', ['rounds' => 3]);11bcrypt('test', ['founds' => 32]);`

The number of iterations that will be used can be determined with the following equation:

`1{iterations} = 2^{rounds}`

Calling `bcrypt`

with the `rounds`

option set to `10`

will use {$$}2^10{/$$} or `1024`

iterations.

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