pval(1) print BER values in ASN.1 value notation


pval -T <tt file name> [-m <module name>] -n <type name>
<BER value file list>


pval prints the given BER values in their value notation. You must specify the type name and optionally the module name of the type in the given BER files.


-T file
Use the type table in the file to look for the named types definition.
-m modulename
Specifies the module in which the named type is defined. If the module name is not specified with this option, pval looks for the first occurence of the named type in the modules in the given type table.
-n typename
Specifies the type of the values in the given BER files. If you give the wrong type name, decoding errors will occur.


Source code for the pval program


Copyright (c) 1993 Mike Sample and the University of British Columbia

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Mike Sample <[email protected]>, University of British Columbia


This work was made possible by grants from the Canadian Institute for Telecommunications Research (CITR) and Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).