public class T61String extends ASN1String
An ASN.1 T61String object may represent any arbitrary string of T.61 (eight-bit extension of the ASCII character set) characters. The T61String character set is defined by CCITT Recommendation T.61.
When creating a new
T61String object the value to be represented
has to be supplied as Java
String s = ...; T61String t61String = new T61String(s);Attention: When supplying the string value to be represented, no check is performed if it actually is composed only of characters belonging to T61String character set! An application itself has to take care for supplying a proper T61String value.
When calling the
getValue method for getting the inherent string
value from an ASN.1 T61String instance, a Java object of type
String s = (String)t61String.getValue();DER en/decoding generally is done by means of the several methods of the
DerCoderclass; decoding alternatively may be performed by using the
asnType, constructed, encode_listener, indefinite_length, isStringType, stream_mode
|Modifier||Constructor and Description|
Creates an empty T61String object.
Creates a new ASN.1 T61String object for the given String value.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Returns the value of this T61String as a String object.
Sets the value of this T61String.
clone, decode, encode, equals, getByteValue, hashCode, setIgnoreConstructedEncodingForSimpleTypes, setIndefiniteLength, toString
addComponent, addEncodeListener, countComponents, encodeObject, getAsnType, getComponentAt, indefiniteLength, isA, isConstructed, isStringType
public T61String(java.lang.String value)
Attention: No check is performed if the supplied String value actually is composed only of characters belonging to the T61String character set! An application itself has to take care for supplying a proper T61String value.
value- the String value this T61String object should be initialized with
public java.lang.Object getValue()
public void setValue(java.lang.Object object)
The supplied value has to be a Java object of type
Attention: No check is performed if the supplied String value
actually is composed only of characters belonging to T61String character
set! An application itself has to take care for supplying a proper T61String
object- the Java String value to be set for this T61String