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Types and Constants
Octet Conversion Functions
Utilities for coding and decoding.
type Octet = Word8
msb :: Int
fromTwosComp :: Integral a => [Octet] -> a
toTwosComp :: Integral a => a -> [Octet]
toOctets :: (Integral a, Integral b) => a -> b -> [Octet]
fromOctets :: (Integral a, Integral b) => a -> [Octet] -> b
listFromOctets :: (Integral a, Bits a) => [Octet] -> [a]
listToOctets :: (Bits a, Integral a) => [a] -> [Octet]
i2osp :: Integral a => Int -> a -> [Octet]
Types and Constants
type Octet = Word8Source
The basic type for encoding and decoding.
msb :: IntSource
The most significant bit of an Octet.
Octet Conversion Functions
fromTwosComp :: Integral a => [Octet] -> aSource
Convert from twos complement.
toTwosComp :: Integral a => a -> [Octet]Source
toOctets :: (Integral a, Integral b) => a -> b -> [Octet]Source
Take a number a convert it to base n as a list of octets.
fromOctets :: (Integral a, Integral b) => a -> [Octet] -> bSource
Take a list of octets (a number expressed in base n) and convert it to a number.
listFromOctets :: (Integral a, Bits a) => [Octet] -> [a]Source
See listToOctets.
listToOctets :: (Bits a, Integral a) => [a] -> [Octet]Source
Converts a list of numbers into a list of octets. The resultant list has nulls trimmed from the end to make this the dual of listFromOctets (except when the original octet list ended with nulls; see trimNulls).
i2osp :: Integral a => Int -> a -> [Octet]Source
Take the length of the required number of octets and convert the number to base 256 padding it out to the required length. If the required length is less than the number of octets of the converted number then return the converted number. NB this is different from the standard but mimics how replicate behaves.
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