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asn1_parser2tree(3)		   libtasn1		   asn1_parser2tree(3)

       asn1_parser2tree - API function

       #include <libtasn1.h>

       int asn1_parser2tree(const char * file, asn1_node * definitions, char *

       const char * file
		   specify the path and the name of file that  contains	 ASN.1

       asn1_node * definitions
		   return  the	pointer	 to  the structure created from "file"
		   ASN.1 declarations.

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

       Function used to start the parse	 algorithm.   Creates  the  structures
       needed to manage the definitions included in  file file.

       ASN1_SUCCESS  if	 the file has a correct syntax and every identifier is
       known,	 ASN1_ELEMENT_NOT_EMPTY	   if	  definitions	 not	 NULL,
       ASN1_FILE_NOT_FOUND if an error occured while opening  file , ASN1_SYN‐
       TAX_ERROR if the syntax is not correct, ASN1_IDENTIFIER_NOT_FOUND if in
       the file there is an identifier that is not defined, ASN1_NAME_TOO_LONG
       if  in  the   file   there   is	 an   identifier   whith   more	  than
       ASN1_MAX_NAME_SIZE characters.

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

	      info libtasn1

       should  give  you access to the complete manual.	 As an alternative you
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libtasn1			      3.4		   asn1_parser2tree(3)

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