asn1_der_decoding_startEnd - Find the start and end point of an element in a DER encoding string.


#include <libtasn1.h>

asn1_retCode asn1_der_decoding_startEnd(ASN1_TYPE element, const void * ider, int len, const char * name_element, int * start, int * end);


ASN1_TYPE element pointer to an ASN1 element
const void * ider vector that contains the DER encoding.
int len number of bytes of *ider: ider[0]..ider[len-1]
const char * name_element an element of NAME structure.
int * start the position of the first byte of NAME_ELEMENT decoding (ider[*start])
int * end the position of the last byte of NAME_ELEMENT decoding (ider[*end])


Find the start and end point of an element in a DER encoding string. I mean that if you have a der encoding and you have already used the function "asn1_der_decoding" to fill a structure, it may happen that you want to find the piece of string concerning an element of the structure.


the sequence "tbsCertificate" inside an X509 certificate.



DER encoding OK.


ELEMENT is ASN1_TYPE EMPTY or NAME_ELEMENT is not a valid element.

ASN1_TAG_ERROR,ASN1_DER_ERROR: the der encoding doesn’t match the structure ELEMENT.


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