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ASN1_STRING_print_ex(3) OpenSSL ASN1_STRING_print_ex(3)
ASN1_STRING_print_ex, ASN1_STRING_print_ex_fp - ASN1_STRING output routines.
int ASN1_STRING_print_ex(BIO *out, ASN1_STRING *str, unsigned long flags);
int ASN1_STRING_print_ex_fp(FILE *fp, ASN1_STRING *str, unsigned long flags);
int ASN1_STRING_print(BIO *out, ASN1_STRING *str);
These functions output an ASN1_STRING structure. ASN1_STRING is used to represent all the
ASN1 string types.
ASN1_STRING_print_ex() outputs str to out, the format is determined by the options flags.
ASN1_STRING_print_ex_fp() is identical except it outputs to fp instead.
ASN1_STRING_print() prints str to out but using a different format to
ASN1_STRING_print_ex(). It replaces unprintable characters (other than CR, LF) with '.'.
ASN1_STRING_print() is a legacy function which should be avoided in new applications.
Although there are a large number of options frequently ASN1_STRFLGS_RFC2253 is suitable,
or on UTF8 terminals ASN1_STRFLGS_RFC2253 & ~ASN1_STRFLGS_ESC_MSB.
The complete set of supported options for flags is listed below.
Various characters can be escaped. If ASN1_STRFLGS_ESC_2253 is set the characters
determined by RFC2253 are escaped. If ASN1_STRFLGS_ESC_CTRL is set control characters are
escaped. If ASN1_STRFLGS_ESC_MSB is set characters with the MSB set are escaped: this
option should not be used if the terminal correctly interprets UTF8 sequences.
Escaping takes several forms.
If the character being escaped is a 16 bit character then the form "\UXXXX" is used using
exactly four characters for the hex representation. If it is 32 bits then "\WXXXXXXXX" is
used using eight characters of its hex representation. These forms will only be used if
UTF8 conversion is not set (see below).
Printable characters are normally escaped using the backslash '\' character. If
ASN1_STRFLGS_ESC_QUOTE is set then the whole string is instead surrounded by double quote
characters: this is arguably more readable than the backslash notation. Other characters
use the "\XX" using exactly two characters of the hex representation.
If ASN1_STRFLGS_UTF8_CONVERT is set then characters are converted to UTF8 format first. If
the terminal supports the display of UTF8 sequences then this option will correctly
display multi byte characters.
If ASN1_STRFLGS_IGNORE_TYPE is set then the string type is not interpreted at all:
everything is assumed to be one byte per character. This is primarily for debugging
purposes and can result in confusing output in multi character strings.
If ASN1_STRFLGS_SHOW_TYPE is set then the string type itself is printed out before its
value (for example "BMPSTRING"), this actually uses ASN1_tag2str().
The content of a string instead of being interpreted can be "dumped": this just outputs
the value of the string using the form #XXXX using hex format for each octet.
If ASN1_STRFLGS_DUMP_ALL is set then any type is dumped.
Normally non character string types (such as OCTET STRING) are assumed to be one byte per
character, if ASN1_STRFLGS_DUMP_UNKNOWN is set then they will be dumped instead.
When a type is dumped normally just the content octets are printed, if
ASN1_STRFLGS_DUMP_DER is set then the complete encoding is dumped instead (including tag
and length octets).
ASN1_STRFLGS_RFC2253 includes all the flags required by RFC2253. It is equivalent to:
ASN1_STRFLGS_ESC_2253 | ASN1_STRFLGS_ESC_CTRL | ASN1_STRFLGS_ESC_MSB |
ASN1_STRFLGS_UTF8_CONVERT | ASN1_STRFLGS_DUMP_UNKNOWN ASN1_STRFLGS_DUMP_DER
1.0.1e 2013-02-11 ASN1_STRING_print_ex(3)
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