asn1_delete_structure2 − API function
int asn1_delete_structure2(asn1_node * structure, unsigned int flags);
asn1_node * structure
pointer to the structure that you want to delete.
unsigned int flags
additional flags (see ASN1_DELETE_FLAG)
Deletes the structure * structure . At the end, * structure is set to NULL.
ASN1_SUCCESS if successful, ASN1_ELEMENT_NOT_FOUND if * structure was NULL.
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