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NAME

       EC_KEY_get_enc_flags, EC_KEY_set_enc_flags - Get and set flags for encoding EC_KEY
       structures

SYNOPSIS

        #include <openssl/ec.h>

        unsigned int EC_KEY_get_enc_flags(const EC_KEY *key);
        void EC_KEY_set_enc_flags(EC_KEY *eckey, unsigned int flags);

DESCRIPTION

       The format of the external representation of the public key written by i2d_ECPrivateKey()
       (such as whether it is stored in a compressed form or not) is described by the
       point_conversion_form. See EC_GROUP_copy(3) for a description of point_conversion_form.

       When reading a private key encoded without an associated public key (e.g. if
       EC_PKEY_NO_PUBKEY has been used - see below), then d2i_ECPrivateKey() generates the
       missing public key automatically. Private keys encoded without parameters (e.g. if
       EC_PKEY_NO_PARAMETERS has been used - see below) cannot be loaded using
       d2i_ECPrivateKey().

       The functions EC_KEY_get_enc_flags() and EC_KEY_set_enc_flags() get and set the value of
       the encoding flags for the key. There are two encoding flags currently defined -
       EC_PKEY_NO_PARAMETERS and EC_PKEY_NO_PUBKEY.  These flags define the behaviour of how the
       key is converted into ASN1 in a call to i2d_ECPrivateKey(). If EC_PKEY_NO_PARAMETERS is
       set then the public parameters for the curve are not encoded along with the private key.
       If EC_PKEY_NO_PUBKEY is set then the public key is not encoded along with the private key.

RETURN VALUES

       EC_KEY_get_enc_flags() returns the value of the current encoding flags for the EC_KEY.

SEE ALSO

       crypto(7), EC_GROUP_new(3), EC_GROUP_copy(3), EC_POINT_new(3), EC_POINT_add(3),
       EC_GFp_simple_method(3), d2i_ECPKParameters(3), d2i_ECPrivateKey(3)

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright 2015-2017 The OpenSSL Project Authors. All Rights Reserved.

       Licensed under the Apache License 2.0 (the "License").  You may not use this file except
       in compliance with the License.  You can obtain a copy in the file LICENSE in the source
       distribution or at <https://www.openssl.org/source/license.html>.