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asn1_der_coding(3)		   libtasn1		    asn1_der_coding(3)

       asn1_der_coding - API function

       #include <libtasn1.h>

       int  asn1_der_coding(asn1_node element, const char * name, void * ider,
       int * len, char * ErrorDescription);

       asn1_node element
		   pointer to an ASN1 element

       const char * name
		   the name of the structure you want to encode	 (it  must  be
		   inside *POINTER).

       void * ider vector  that	 will  contain the DER encoding. DER must be a
		   pointer to memory cells already allocated.

       int * len   number of bytes of * ider :	ider [0].. ider [len-1],  Ini‐
		   tialy holds the sizeof of der vector.

       char * ErrorDescription
		   return the error description or an empty string if success.

       Creates the DER encoding for the NAME structure (inside *POINTER struc‐

       ASN1_SUCCESS if DER encoding OK, ASN1_ELEMENT_NOT_FOUND if  name is not
       a  valid element, ASN1_VALUE_NOT_FOUND if there is an element without a
       value, ASN1_MEM_ERROR if the  ider vector isn't big enough and in  this
       case  len will contain the length needed.

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       If the info and libtasn1 programs are properly installed at your	 site,
       the command

	      info libtasn1

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libtasn1			      3.4		    asn1_der_coding(3)

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