ldns_dname_new_frm_data






ldns_dname_new, ldns_dname_new_frm_str,
ldns_dname_new_frm_data − create a dname


#include <stdint.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

     #include <ldns/ldns.h>

     ldns_rdf* ldns_dname_new(uint16_t s, void *data);

     ldns_rdf* ldns_dname_new_frm_str(const char *str);

     ldns_rdf* ldns_dname_new_frm_data(uint16_t size, const
void *data);



ldns_dname_new() Create a new dname rdf from a string. The
data pointer is stored in the rdf, not a copy of the data
s: the size of the new dname
*data: pointer to the actual data

Returns ldns_rdf*

     ldns_dname_new_frm_str() creates a new dname rdf from a
string.
str: string to use
Returns ldns_rdf* or NULL in case of an error

     ldns_dname_new_frm_data() Create a new dname rdf from
data (the data is copied)
size: the size of the data
*data: pointer to the actual data

Returns ldns_rdf*


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ldns_pkt_query_new_frm_str, ldns_rdf_new_frm_str,
ldns_rr_new_frm_str.  And perldoc Net::DNS, RFC1034,
RFC1035, RFC4033, RFC4034  and RFC4035.

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