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On Friday 05 November 2004 20:30, Jason Wold wrote:
> > You could try something like this
> > a = OpenSSL::ASN1::Sequence.new([OpenSSL::ASN1::Integer.new('10'),
> > OpenSSL::ASN1::OctetString.new('')])
> >
> > control.value = a.to_der
>
> '10' needs to be just the integer 10, and then it works.

I'd like to point out, for the record, that this is a perfect example of how 
type checking in a language is a good thing.

Seriously, I'm not trying to restart that thread; I just want to draw the 
attention of the anti-type-checking crowd to the OP.

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