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 CL_CrlSetFields(3) -- Set new field values (CDSA)
    This function will set the fields of the input CRL to the new values, specified by the input OID/value pairs. If there is more than one possible instance of an OID (for example, as in an extension or ...
 CL_CrlSign(3) -- Sign a CRL (CDSA)
    This function signs a CRL using the private key and signing algorithm specified in the CCHandle parameter. The result is a signed, encoded certificate revocation list in SignedCrl. The unsigned CRL is...
 CL_CrlVerify(3) -- Verify a signed CRL has not been altered (CDSA)
    This function verifies that the signed CRL has not been altered since it was signed by the designated signer. It does this by verifying the digital signature over the fields specified by the VerifySco...
 CL_CrlVerifyWithKey(3) -- Verify a CRL with a specific key (CDSA)
    This function verifies that the CrlToBeVerified parameter was signed using a specific private key and that the certificate revocation list has not been altered since it was signed using that private k...
 CL_FreeFields(3) -- Free fields (CDSA)
    
 CL_FreeFieldValue(3) -- Free field data (CDSA)
    This function frees the data specified by Value and Value->Data. CertOrCrlOid indicates the type of the data in Value. This function should be used only to free CSSM_DATA values returned from calls CS...
 CL_IsCertInCachedCrl(3) -- Search cached CRL for a record (CDSA)
    This function searches the cached CRL for a record corresponding to the certificate. The result of the search is returned in CertFound. The CRL and the records within the CRL must be digitally signed....
 CL_IsCertInCrl(3) -- Search CRL for a certificate record (CDSA)
    This function searches the CRL for a record corresponding to the certificate. The result of the search is returned in CertFound. The CRL and the records within the CRL must be digitally signed. This f...
 CL_PassThrough(3) -- Extend certificate library functionality (CDSA)
    This function allows applications to call certificate library module-specific operations. Such operations might include queries or services that are specific to the domain represented by the CL module...
 cmul(3) -- Complex functions
    These functions can only be called from languages that support the double_complex and float_complex data types. csin() and csinf() compute the sine of a complex number. ccos() and ccosf() return the c...
 COLORS(3) -- Curses
    The Curses library includes routines that manipulate color-on-color alphanumeric terminals. To use these routines, applications must call start_color, usually right after initscr. Colors are always us...
 color_content(3) -- Curses
    The Curses library includes routines that manipulate color-on-color alphanumeric terminals. To use these routines, applications must call start_color, usually right after initscr. Colors are always us...
 COLOR_PAIR(3) -- Curses
    The Curses library includes routines that manipulate color-on-color alphanumeric terminals. To use these routines, applications must call start_color, usually right after initscr. Colors are always us...
 COLOR_PAIRS(3) -- Curses
    The Curses library includes routines that manipulate color-on-color alphanumeric terminals. To use these routines, applications must call start_color, usually right after initscr. Colors are always us...
 color_set(3) -- Functions that control Curses window attributes
    These functions manipulate the attributes and color of the window rendition of the current or specified window. The current attributes of a window are applied to all characters that are written into t...
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