Compiler options affect the ASN.1 compiler output that, in turn, affects encoding and decoding. You can use compiler options on the command line or within ASN.1 Studio's graphical user interface.
The compiler options listed below are grouped by category; an option may be listed more than once. Default options are underlined. Use the check boxes to show only the basic compiler options or to show advanced and deprecated options as well. Get detailed information about an option by clicking on its name.
This documentation applies to release 7.1 and later of the OSS® ASN.1 Tools for C++.
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