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ASN1_INTEGER_get_int64(3)           OpenSSL          ASN1_INTEGER_get_int64(3)



NAME
       ASN1_INTEGER_get_uint64, ASN1_INTEGER_set_uint64,
       ASN1_INTEGER_get_int64, ASN1_INTEGER_get, ASN1_INTEGER_set_int64,
       ASN1_INTEGER_set, BN_to_ASN1_INTEGER, ASN1_INTEGER_to_BN,
       ASN1_ENUMERATED_get_int64, ASN1_ENUMERATED_get,
       ASN1_ENUMERATED_set_int64, ASN1_ENUMERATED_set, BN_to_ASN1_ENUMERATED,
       ASN1_ENUMERATED_to_BN - ASN.1 INTEGER and ENUMERATED utilities

LIBRARY
       libcrypto, -lcrypto

SYNOPSIS
        #include <openssl/asn1.h>

        int ASN1_INTEGER_get_int64(int64_t *pr, const ASN1_INTEGER *a);
        long ASN1_INTEGER_get(const ASN1_INTEGER *a);

        int ASN1_INTEGER_set_int64(ASN1_INTEGER *a, int64_t r);
        int ASN1_INTEGER_set(const ASN1_INTEGER *a, long v);

        int ASN1_INTEGER_get_uint64(uint64_t *pr, const ASN1_INTEGER *a);
        int ASN1_INTEGER_set_uint64(ASN1_INTEGER *a, uint64_t r);

        ASN1_INTEGER *BN_to_ASN1_INTEGER(const BIGNUM *bn, ASN1_INTEGER *ai);
        BIGNUM *ASN1_INTEGER_to_BN(const ASN1_INTEGER *ai, BIGNUM *bn);

        int ASN1_ENUMERATED_get_int64(int64_t *pr, const ASN1_INTEGER *a);
        long ASN1_ENUMERATED_get(const ASN1_ENUMERATED *a);

        int ASN1_ENUMERATED_set_int64(ASN1_INTEGER *a, int64_t r);
        int ASN1_ENUMERATED_set(ASN1_ENUMERATED *a, long v);

        ASN1_ENUMERATED *BN_to_ASN1_ENUMERATED(BIGNUM *bn, ASN1_ENUMERATED *ai);
        BIGNUM *ASN1_ENUMERATED_to_BN(ASN1_ENUMERATED *ai, BIGNUM *bn);

DESCRIPTION
       These functions convert to and from ASN1_INTEGER and ASN1_ENUMERATED
       structures.

       ASN1_INTEGER_get_int64() converts an ASN1_INTEGER into an int64_t type
       If successful it returns 1 and sets *pr to the value of a. If it fails
       (due to invalid type or the value being too big to fit into an int64_t
       type) it returns 0.

       ASN1_INTEGER_get_uint64() is similar to ASN1_INTEGER_get_int64_t()
       except it converts to a uint64_t type and an error is returned if the
       passed integer is negative.

       ASN1_INTEGER_get() also returns the value of a but it returns 0 if a is
       NULL and -1 on error (which is ambiguous because -1 is a legitimate
       value for an ASN1_INTEGER). New applications should use
       ASN1_INTEGER_get_int64() instead.

       ASN1_INTEGER_set_int64() sets the value of ASN1_INTEGER a to the
       int64_t value r.

       ASN1_INTEGER_set_uint64() sets the value of ASN1_INTEGER a to the
       uint64_t value r.

       ASN1_INTEGER_set() sets the value of ASN1_INTEGER a to the long value
       v.

       BN_to_ASN1_INTEGER() converts BIGNUM bn to an ASN1_INTEGER. If ai is
       NULL a new ASN1_INTEGER structure is returned. If ai is not NULL then
       the existing structure will be used instead.

       ASN1_INTEGER_to_BN() converts ASN1_INTEGER ai into a BIGNUM. If bn is
       NULL a new BIGNUM structure is returned. If bn is not NULL then the
       existing structure will be used instead.

       ASN1_ENUMERATED_get_int64(), ASN1_ENUMERATED_set_int64(),
       ASN1_ENUMERATED_set(), BN_to_ASN1_ENUMERATED() and
       ASN1_ENUMERATED_to_BN() behave in an identical way to their
       ASN1_INTEGER counterparts except they operate on an ASN1_ENUMERATED
       value.

       ASN1_ENUMERATED_get() returns the value of a in a similar way to
       ASN1_INTEGER_get() but it returns 0xffffffffL if the value of a will
       not fit in a long type. New applications should use
       ASN1_ENUMERATED_get_int64() instead.

NOTES
       In general an ASN1_INTEGER or ASN1_ENUMERATED type can contain an
       integer of almost arbitrary size and so cannot always be represented by
       a C int64_t type. However in many cases (for example version numbers)
       they represent small integers which can be more easily manipulated if
       converted to an appropriate C integer type.

BUGS
       The ambiguous return values of ASN1_INTEGER_get() and
       ASN1_ENUMERATED_get() mean these functions should be avoided if
       possible. They are retained for compatibility. Normally the ambiguous
       return values are not legitimate values for the fields they represent.

RETURN VALUES
       ASN1_INTEGER_set_int64(), ASN1_INTEGER_set(),
       ASN1_ENUMERATED_set_int64() and ASN1_ENUMERATED_set() return 1 for
       success and 0 for failure. They will only fail if a memory allocation
       error occurs.

       ASN1_INTEGER_get_int64() and ASN1_ENUMERATED_get_int64() return 1 for
       success and 0 for failure. They will fail if the passed type is
       incorrect (this will only happen if there is a programming error) or if
       the value exceeds the range of an int64_t type.

       BN_to_ASN1_INTEGER() and BN_to_ASN1_ENUMERATED() return an ASN1_INTEGER
       or ASN1_ENUMERATED structure respectively or NULL if an error occurs.
       They will only fail due to a memory allocation error.

       ASN1_INTEGER_to_BN() and ASN1_ENUMERATED_to_BN() return a BIGNUM
       structure of NULL if an error occurs. They can fail if the passed type
       is incorrect (due to programming error) or due to a memory allocation
       failure.

SEE ALSO
       ERR_get_error(3)

HISTORY
       ASN1_INTEGER_set_int64(), ASN1_INTEGER_get_int64(),
       ASN1_ENUMERATED_set_int64() and ASN1_ENUMERATED_get_int64() were added
       to OpenSSL 1.1.0.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright 2015-2018 The OpenSSL Project Authors. All Rights Reserved.

       Licensed under the OpenSSL license (the "License").  You may not use
       this file except in compliance with the License.  You can obtain a copy
       in the file LICENSE in the source distribution or at
       <https://www.openssl.org/source/license.html>.



1.1.1                             2018-09-17         ASN1_INTEGER_get_int64(3)