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gnutls_hmac_copy(3)              gnutls              gnutls_hmac_copy(3)

NAME         top

       gnutls_hmac_copy - API function

SYNOPSIS         top

       #include <gnutls/crypto.h>

       gnutls_hmac_hd_t gnutls_hmac_copy(gnutls_hmac_hd_t handle);

ARGUMENTS         top

       gnutls_hmac_hd_t handle
                   is a gnutls_hmac_hd_t type

DESCRIPTION         top

       This function will create a copy of MAC context, containing all
       its current state. Copying contexts for MACs registered using
       gnutls_crypto_register_mac() is not supported and will always
       result in an error.

RETURNS         top

       new MAC context or NULL in case of an error.

SINCE         top


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COPYRIGHT         top

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SEE ALSO         top

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gnutls                            3.7.2              gnutls_hmac_copy(3)