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asn1_expand_octet_string(3)	   libtasn1	   asn1_expand_octet_string(3)

       asn1_expand_octet_string - API function

       #include <libtasn1.h>

       int  asn1_expand_octet_string(asn1_node	definitions,  asn1_node * ele‐
       ment, const char * octetName, const char * objectName);

       asn1_node definitions
		   ASN1 definitions

       asn1_node * element
		   pointer to an ASN1 structure

       const char * octetName
		   name of the OCTECT STRING field to expand.

       const char * objectName
		   name of the OBJECT IDENTIFIER field to use  to  define  the
		   type for expansion.

       Expands	an  "OCTET  STRING"  element of a structure created from a DER
       decoding process (the asn1_der_decoding() function).  The type used for
       expansion is the first one following the definition of the actual value
       of the OBJECT IDENTIFIER indicated by OBJECTNAME.

       ASN1_SUCCESS if substitution OK, ASN1_ELEMENT_NOT_FOUND if   objectName
       or  octetName are not correct, ASN1_VALUE_NOT_VALID if it wasn't possi‐
       ble to find the type to use for expansion, or other errors depending on
       DER decoding.

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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_expand_octet_string(3)

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