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gnutls_record_recv_seq(3)	    gnutls	     gnutls_record_recv_seq(3)

       gnutls_record_recv_seq - API function

       #include <gnutls/gnutls.h>

       ssize_t	gnutls_record_recv_seq(gnutls_session_t	 session, void * data,
       size_t data_size, unsigned char * seq);

       gnutls_session_t session
		   is a gnutls_session_t structure.

       void * data the buffer that the data will be read into

       size_t data_size
		   the number of requested bytes

       unsigned char * seq
		   is the packet's 64-bit sequence number. Should  have	 space
		   for 8 bytes.

       This  function  is  the	same  as  gnutls_record_recv(), except that it
       returns in addition to data, the sequence number of the data.  This  is
       useful in DTLS where record packets might be received out-of-order. The
       returned 8-byte sequence number is an integer in big-endian format  and
       should be treated as a unique message identification.

       The number of bytes received and zero on EOF.  A negative error code is
       returned in case of an error.  The number of bytes  received  might  be
       less than  data_size .


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gnutls				     3.3.1	     gnutls_record_recv_seq(3)

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