GetHashCode() method is used to get the hash code of the specified string. When you apply this method to the string this method will return a 32-bit signed integer hash code of the given string.
public override int GetHashCode ();
Return Value: The return type of this method is System.Int32. This method return a 32-bit signed integer hash code.
Below given are some examples to understand the implementation in a better way:
Display strings string 1: abc and hashcode: 1099313834 string 2: geeks and hashcode: -1893508949 string 3: gfg and hashcode: -870054572
String : Hello and HashCode: -327378614 String : GFG and HashCode: 1999992308 String : Geeks and HashCode: -1893476149 String : Geeksforgeeks and HashCode: -2133923457 String : C# and HashCode: -1917577788 String : Tutorial and HashCode: 1463624248
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