|Canonical Encoding Rules||computing dictionary|
Whereas BER gives choices as to how data values may be encoded, CER and DER select just one encoding from those allowed by the basic encoding rules, eliminating all of the options. They are useful when the encodings must be preserved, e.g. in security exchanges.
See also: PER.
(01 Apr 1998)
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