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Using eosio::print changes the behaviour of my contract.

    uint64_t generateID(std::string str)
    {
        uint64_t ret_val = 0;

        eosio::checksum256 digest = eosio::sha256(str.c_str(), str.size());
        eosio::print(digest);

        auto checksumBytes = digest.extract_as_byte_array().data();

        memcpy(&ret_val, &checksumBytes[1], 8);

        return ret_val;
    }

When I remove the print line, the ret_val always has value of 0, and when the print is there the value is the correct one.

Can someone tell me what the problem is? Thanks

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