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Given an ASN.1 source file SNACC can produce C routines for BER encoding, decoding, printing, and freeing; C++ routines for BER encoding, decoding, and printing; and a type table that can be used with generic C routines for BER encoding, decoding, printing, and freeing. SNACC produces reasonably efficient C or C++ routines and data structures values of the given ASN.1 data structures, as well as printing routines for the decoded values. For C only, the program generates hierarchical freeing routines (but for efficiency reasons this is not recommended). The SNACC compiler and the generated code will compile under both ANSI and non-ANSI C compilers.
released on 15 October 1997
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