Classic implementations were using the method, which is the same for the Java interface.
Early Unix systems used a 12-bit salt, but modern implementations use larger values.
The original implementation uses radix-2, although it's possible to create radix-4 and higher.
In practice, however, most implementations only use a single data section (1st edition encoding).
This earliest implementation used a fan mounted in a window, rather than a door.
One implementation uses a muscle wire inside the bullet.
Alternative implementations, including those made for display on Web pages, typically use only the text file.
Base 10 was used in this example, but a real implementation would just use binary, with the full range of the native integer data type.
Almost all implementations in the real world use a subset.
These two implementations use different physical media and communication speeds.