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ARES_PARSE_NAPTR_REPLY(3)						ARES_PARSE_NAPTR_REPLY(3)

NAME
       ares_parse_naptr_reply - Parse a reply to a DNS query of type NAPTR

SYNOPSIS
       #include <ares.h>

       int ares_parse_naptr_reply(const unsigned char* abuf, int alen,
       struct ares_naptr_reply** naptr_out);

DESCRIPTION
       The  ares_parse_naptr_reply  function  parses the response to a query of type NAPTR into a
       linked list of struct ares_naptr_reply The parameters abuf and alen give the  contents  of
       the  response.	The  result is stored in allocated memory and a pointer to it stored into
       the variable pointed to by naptr_out.  It is  the  caller's  responsibility  to	free  the
       resulting   naptr_out   structure   when  it  is  no  longer  needed  using  the  function
       ares_free_data

       The structure ares_naptr_reply contains the following fields:

	   struct ares_naptr_reply {
	       struct ares_naptr_reply *next;
	       unsigned char *flags;
	       unsigned char *service;
	       unsigned char *regexp;
	       char *replacement;
	       unsigned short order;
	       unsigned short preference;
	   };

RETURN VALUES
       ares_parse_naptr_reply can return any of the following values:

       ARES_SUCCESS   The response was successfully parsed.

       ARES_EBADRESP  The response was malformatted.

       ARES_ENODATA   The response did not contain an answer to the query.

       ARES_ENOMEM    Memory was exhausted.

AVAILABILITY
       This function was first introduced in c-ares version 1.7.6.

SEE ALSO
       ares_query(3) ares_free_data(3)

AUTHOR
       Written by Jakub Hrozek <jhrozek@redhat.com>, on behalf of Red  Hat,  Inc  http://www.red-
       hat.com

					 23 February 2012		ARES_PARSE_NAPTR_REPLY(3)
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