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ldns_dname_compare, ldns_dname_interval - compare two dnames
#include <stdint.h> #include <stdbool.h> #include <ldns/ldns.h> int ldns_dname_compare(const ldns_rdf *dname1, const ldns_rdf *dname2); int ldns_dname_interval(const ldns_rdf *prev, const ldns_rdf *middle, const ldns_rdf *next);
ldns_dname_compare() Compares the two dname rdf's according to the algorithm for ordering in RFC4034 Section 6. dname1: First dname rdf to compare dname2: Second dname rdf to compare Returns -1 if dname1 comes before dname2, 1 if dname1 comes after dname2, and 0 if they are equal. ldns_dname_interval() check if middle lays in the interval defined by prev and next prev <= middle < next. This is useful for nsec checking prev: the previous dname middle: the dname to check next: the next dname return 0 on error or unknown, -1 when middle is in the interval, +1 when not
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