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       gnutls_cipher_suite_info - API function

       #include <gnutls/gnutls.h>

       const  char  *  gnutls_cipher_suite_info(size_t	idx,  unsigned	char *
       cs_id, gnutls_kx_algorithm_t * kx, gnutls_cipher_algorithm_t *  cipher,
       gnutls_mac_algorithm_t * mac, gnutls_protocol_t * min_version);

       size_t idx  index  of  cipher suite to get information about, starts on

       unsigned char * cs_id
		   output buffer with room  for	 2  bytes,  indicating	cipher
		   suite value

       gnutls_kx_algorithm_t * kx
		   output variable indicating key exchange algorithm, or NULL.

       gnutls_cipher_algorithm_t * cipher
		   output variable indicating cipher, or NULL.

       gnutls_mac_algorithm_t * mac
		   output variable indicating MAC algorithm, or NULL.

       gnutls_protocol_t * min_version
		   output variable indicating TLS protocol version, or NULL.

       Get information about supported cipher suites.  Use the function itera‐
       tively to get information about all supported cipher suites.  Call with
       idx=0 to get information about first cipher suite, then idx=1 and so on
       until the function returns NULL.

       the name of  idx cipher suite, and set the information about the cipher
       suite  in  the  output  variables.   If	 idx is out of bounds, NULL is

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