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#ifndef _SECP256K1_
# define _SECP256K1_
# ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
# endif
#include <stddef.h>
/* These rules specify the order of arguments in API calls:
*
* 1. Context pointers go first, followed by output arguments, combined
* output/input arguments, and finally input-only arguments.
* 2. Array lengths always immediately the follow the argument whose length
* they describe, even if this violates rule 1.
* 3. Within the OUT/OUTIN/IN groups, pointers to data that is typically generated
* later go first. This means: signatures, public nonces, private nonces,
* messages, public keys, secret keys, tweaks.
* 4. Arguments that are not data pointers go last, from more complex to less
* complex: function pointers, algorithm names, messages, void pointers,
* counts, flags, booleans.
* 5. Opaque data pointers follow the function pointer they are to be passed to.
*/
/** Opaque data structure that holds context information (precomputed tables etc.).
*
* The purpose of context structures is to cache large precomputed data tables
* that are expensive to construct, and also to maintain the randomization data
* for blinding.
*
* Do not create a new context object for each operation, as construction is
* far slower than all other API calls (~100 times slower than an ECDSA
* verification).
*
* A constructed context can safely be used from multiple threads
* simultaneously, but API call that take a non-const pointer to a context
* need exclusive access to it. In particular this is the case for
* secp256k1_context_destroy and secp256k1_context_randomize.
*
* Regarding randomization, either do it once at creation time (in which case
* you do not need any locking for the other calls), or use a read-write lock.
*/
typedef struct secp256k1_context_struct secp256k1_context;
/** Opaque data structure that holds a parsed and valid public key.
*
* The exact representation of data inside is implementation defined and not
* guaranteed to be portable between different platforms or versions. It is
* however guaranteed to be 64 bytes in size, and can be safely copied/moved.
* If you need to convert to a format suitable for storage or transmission, use
* secp256k1_ec_pubkey_serialize and secp256k1_ec_pubkey_parse.
*
* Furthermore, it is guaranteed that identical public keys (ignoring
* compression) will have identical representation, so they can be memcmp'ed.
*/
typedef struct {
unsigned char data[64];
} secp256k1_pubkey;
/** Opaque data structured that holds a parsed ECDSA signature.
*
* The exact representation of data inside is implementation defined and not
* guaranteed to be portable between different platforms or versions. It is
* however guaranteed to be 64 bytes in size, and can be safely copied/moved.
* If you need to convert to a format suitable for storage or transmission, use
* the secp256k1_ecdsa_signature_serialize_* and
* secp256k1_ecdsa_signature_serialize_* functions.
*
* Furthermore, it is guaranteed to identical signatures will have identical
* representation, so they can be memcmp'ed.
*/
typedef struct {
unsigned char data[64];
} secp256k1_ecdsa_signature;
/** A pointer to a function to deterministically generate a nonce.
*
* Returns: 1 if a nonce was successfully generated. 0 will cause signing to fail.
* Out: nonce32: pointer to a 32-byte array to be filled by the function.
* In: msg32: the 32-byte message hash being verified (will not be NULL)
* key32: pointer to a 32-byte secret key (will not be NULL)
* algo16: pointer to a 16-byte array describing the signature
* algorithm (will be NULL for ECDSA for compatibility).
* data: Arbitrary data pointer that is passed through.
* attempt: how many iterations we have tried to find a nonce.
* This will almost always be 0, but different attempt values
* are required to result in a different nonce.
*
* Except for test cases, this function should compute some cryptographic hash of
* the message, the algorithm, the key and the attempt.
*/
typedef int (*secp256k1_nonce_function)(
unsigned char *nonce32,
const unsigned char *msg32,
const unsigned char *key32,
const unsigned char *algo16,
void *data,
unsigned int attempt
);
# if !defined(SECP256K1_GNUC_PREREQ)
# if defined(__GNUC__)&&defined(__GNUC_MINOR__)
# define SECP256K1_GNUC_PREREQ(_maj,_min) \
((__GNUC__<<16)+__GNUC_MINOR__>=((_maj)<<16)+(_min))
# else
# define SECP256K1_GNUC_PREREQ(_maj,_min) 0
# endif
# endif
# if (!defined(__STDC_VERSION__) || (__STDC_VERSION__ < 199901L) )
# if SECP256K1_GNUC_PREREQ(2,7)
# define SECP256K1_INLINE __inline__
# elif (defined(_MSC_VER))
# define SECP256K1_INLINE __inline
# else
# define SECP256K1_INLINE
# endif
# else
# define SECP256K1_INLINE inline
# endif
#ifndef SECP256K1_API
# if defined(_WIN32)
# ifdef SECP256K1_BUILD
# define SECP256K1_API __declspec(dllexport)
# else
# define SECP256K1_API
# endif
# elif defined(__GNUC__) && defined(SECP256K1_BUILD)
# define SECP256K1_API __attribute__ ((visibility ("default")))
# else
# define SECP256K1_API
# endif
#endif
/**Warning attributes
* NONNULL is not used if SECP256K1_BUILD is set to avoid the compiler optimizing out
* some paranoid null checks. */
# if defined(__GNUC__) && SECP256K1_GNUC_PREREQ(3, 4)
# define SECP256K1_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT __attribute__ ((__warn_unused_result__))
# else
# define SECP256K1_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT
# endif
# if !defined(SECP256K1_BUILD) && defined(__GNUC__) && SECP256K1_GNUC_PREREQ(3, 4)
# define SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(_x) __attribute__ ((__nonnull__(_x)))
# else
# define SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(_x)
# endif
/** Flags to pass to secp256k1_context_create. */
# define SECP256K1_CONTEXT_VERIFY (1 << 0)
# define SECP256K1_CONTEXT_SIGN (1 << 1)
/** Flag to pass to secp256k1_ec_pubkey_serialize and secp256k1_ec_privkey_export. */
# define SECP256K1_EC_COMPRESSED (1 << 0)
/** Create a secp256k1 context object.
*
* Returns: a newly created context object.
* In: flags: which parts of the context to initialize.
*/
SECP256K1_API secp256k1_context* secp256k1_context_create(
unsigned int flags
) SECP256K1_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT;
/** Copies a secp256k1 context object.
*
* Returns: a newly created context object.
* Args: ctx: an existing context to copy (cannot be NULL)
*/
SECP256K1_API secp256k1_context* secp256k1_context_clone(
const secp256k1_context* ctx
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1) SECP256K1_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT;
/** Destroy a secp256k1 context object.
*
* The context pointer may not be used afterwards.
* Args: ctx: an existing context to destroy (cannot be NULL)
*/
SECP256K1_API void secp256k1_context_destroy(
secp256k1_context* ctx
);
/** Set a callback function to be called when an illegal argument is passed to
* an API call. It will only trigger for violations that are mentioned
* explicitly in the header.
*
* The philosophy is that these shouldn't be dealt with through a
* specific return value, as calling code should not have branches to deal with
* the case that this code itself is broken.
*
* On the other hand, during debug stage, one would want to be informed about
* such mistakes, and the default (crashing) may be inadvisable.
* When this callback is triggered, the API function called is guaranteed not
* to cause a crash, though its return value and output arguments are
* undefined.
*
* Args: ctx: an existing context object (cannot be NULL)
* In: fun: a pointer to a function to call when an illegal argument is
* passed to the API, taking a message and an opaque pointer
* (NULL restores a default handler that calls abort).
* data: the opaque pointer to pass to fun above.
*/
SECP256K1_API void secp256k1_context_set_illegal_callback(
secp256k1_context* ctx,
void (*fun)(const char* message, void* data),
const void* data
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1);
/** Set a callback function to be called when an internal consistency check
* fails. The default is crashing.
*
* This can only trigger in case of a hardware failure, miscompilation,
* memory corruption, serious bug in the library, or other error would can
* otherwise result in undefined behaviour. It will not trigger due to mere
* incorrect usage of the API (see secp256k1_context_set_illegal_callback
* for that). After this callback returns, anything may happen, including
* crashing.
*
* Args: ctx: an existing context object (cannot be NULL)
* In: fun: a pointer to a function to call when an interal error occurs,
* taking a message and an opaque pointer (NULL restores a default
* handler that calls abort).
* data: the opaque pointer to pass to fun above.
*/
SECP256K1_API void secp256k1_context_set_error_callback(
secp256k1_context* ctx,
void (*fun)(const char* message, void* data),
const void* data
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1);
/** Parse a variable-length public key into the pubkey object.
*
* Returns: 1 if the public key was fully valid.
* 0 if the public key could not be parsed or is invalid.
* Args: ctx: a secp256k1 context object.
* Out: pubkey: pointer to a pubkey object. If 1 is returned, it is set to a
* parsed version of input. If not, its value is undefined.
* In: input: pointer to a serialized public key
* inputlen: length of the array pointed to by input
*
* This function supports parsing compressed (33 bytes, header byte 0x02 or
* 0x03), uncompressed (65 bytes, header byte 0x04), or hybrid (65 bytes, header
* byte 0x06 or 0x07) format public keys.
*/
SECP256K1_API SECP256K1_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT int secp256k1_ec_pubkey_parse(
const secp256k1_context* ctx,
secp256k1_pubkey* pubkey,
const unsigned char *input,
size_t inputlen
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(2) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(3);
/** Serialize a pubkey object into a serialized byte sequence.
*
* Returns: 1 always.
* Args: ctx: a secp256k1 context object.
* Out: output: a pointer to a 65-byte (if compressed==0) or 33-byte (if
* compressed==1) byte array to place the serialized key in.
* outputlen: a pointer to an integer which will contain the serialized
* size.
* In: pubkey: a pointer to a secp256k1_pubkey containing an initialized
* public key.
* flags: SECP256K1_EC_COMPRESSED if serialization should be in
* compressed format.
*/
SECP256K1_API int secp256k1_ec_pubkey_serialize(
const secp256k1_context* ctx,
unsigned char *output,
size_t *outputlen,
const secp256k1_pubkey* pubkey,
unsigned int flags
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(2) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(3) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(4);
/** Parse an ECDSA signature in compact (64 bytes) format.
*
* Returns: 1 when the signature could be parsed, 0 otherwise.
* Args: ctx: a secp256k1 context object
* Out: sig: a pointer to a signature object
* In: input64: a pointer to the 64-byte array to parse
*
* The signature must consist of a 32-byte big endian R value, followed by a
* 32-byte big endian S value. If R or S fall outside of [0..order-1], the
* encoding is invalid. R and S with value 0 are allowed in the encoding.
*
* After the call, sig will always be initialized. If parsing failed or R or
* S are zero, the resulting sig value is guaranteed to fail validation for any
* message and public key.
*/
SECP256K1_API int secp256k1_ecdsa_signature_parse_compact(
const secp256k1_context* ctx,
secp256k1_ecdsa_signature* sig,
const unsigned char *input64
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(2) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(3);
/** Parse a DER ECDSA signature.
*
* Returns: 1 when the signature could be parsed, 0 otherwise.
* Args: ctx: a secp256k1 context object
* Out: sig: a pointer to a signature object
* In: input: a pointer to the signature to be parsed
* inputlen: the length of the array pointed to be input
*
* This function will accept any valid DER encoded signature, even if the
* encoded numbers are out of range.
*
* After the call, sig will always be initialized. If parsing failed or the
* encoded numbers are out of range, signature validation with it is
* guaranteed to fail for every message and public key.
*/
SECP256K1_API int secp256k1_ecdsa_signature_parse_der(
const secp256k1_context* ctx,
secp256k1_ecdsa_signature* sig,
const unsigned char *input,
size_t inputlen
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(2) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(3);
/** Serialize an ECDSA signature in DER format.
*
* Returns: 1 if enough space was available to serialize, 0 otherwise
* Args: ctx: a secp256k1 context object
* Out: output: a pointer to an array to store the DER serialization
* In/Out: outputlen: a pointer to a length integer. Initially, this integer
* should be set to the length of output. After the call
* it will be set to the length of the serialization (even
* if 0 was returned).
* In: sig: a pointer to an initialized signature object
*/
SECP256K1_API int secp256k1_ecdsa_signature_serialize_der(
const secp256k1_context* ctx,
unsigned char *output,
size_t *outputlen,
const secp256k1_ecdsa_signature* sig
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(2) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(3) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(4);
/** Serialize an ECDSA signature in compact (64 byte) format.
*
* Returns: 1
* Args: ctx: a secp256k1 context object
* Out: output64: a pointer to a 64-byte array to store the compact serialization
* In: sig: a pointer to an initialized signature object
*
* See secp256k1_ecdsa_signature_parse_compact for details about the encoding.
*/
SECP256K1_API int secp256k1_ecdsa_signature_serialize_compact(
const secp256k1_context* ctx,
unsigned char *output64,
const secp256k1_ecdsa_signature* sig
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(2) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(3);
/** Verify an ECDSA signature.
*
* Returns: 1: correct signature
* 0: incorrect or unparseable signature
* Args: ctx: a secp256k1 context object, initialized for verification.
* In: sig: the signature being verified (cannot be NULL)
* msg32: the 32-byte message hash being verified (cannot be NULL)
* pubkey: pointer to an initialized public key to verify with (cannot be NULL)
*/
SECP256K1_API SECP256K1_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT int secp256k1_ecdsa_verify(
const secp256k1_context* ctx,
const secp256k1_ecdsa_signature *sig,
const unsigned char *msg32,
const secp256k1_pubkey *pubkey
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(2) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(3) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(4);
/** An implementation of RFC6979 (using HMAC-SHA256) as nonce generation function.
* If a data pointer is passed, it is assumed to be a pointer to 32 bytes of
* extra entropy.
*/
SECP256K1_API extern const secp256k1_nonce_function secp256k1_nonce_function_rfc6979;
/** A default safe nonce generation function (currently equal to secp256k1_nonce_function_rfc6979). */
SECP256K1_API extern const secp256k1_nonce_function secp256k1_nonce_function_default;
/** Create an ECDSA signature.
*
* Returns: 1: signature created
* 0: the nonce generation function failed, or the private key was invalid.
* Args: ctx: pointer to a context object, initialized for signing (cannot be NULL)
* Out: sig: pointer to an array where the signature will be placed (cannot be NULL)
* In: msg32: the 32-byte message hash being signed (cannot be NULL)
* seckey: pointer to a 32-byte secret key (cannot be NULL)
* noncefp:pointer to a nonce generation function. If NULL, secp256k1_nonce_function_default is used
* ndata: pointer to arbitrary data used by the nonce generation function (can be NULL)
*
* The sig always has an s value in the lower half of the range (From 0x1
* to 0x7FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF5D576E7357A4501DDFE92F46681B20A0,
* inclusive), unlike many other implementations.
*
* With ECDSA a third-party can can forge a second distinct signature
* of the same message given a single initial signature without knowing
* the key by setting s to its additive inverse mod-order, 'flipping' the
* sign of the random point R which is not included in the signature.
* Since the forgery is of the same message this isn't universally
* problematic, but in systems where message malleability or uniqueness
* of signatures is important this can cause issues. This forgery can be
* blocked by all verifiers forcing signers to use a canonical form. The
* lower-S form reduces the size of signatures slightly on average when
* variable length encodings (such as DER) are used and is cheap to
* verify, making it a good choice. Security of always using lower-S is
* assured because anyone can trivially modify a signature after the
* fact to enforce this property. Adjusting it inside the signing
* function avoids the need to re-serialize or have curve specific
* constants outside of the library. By always using a canonical form
* even in applications where it isn't needed it becomes possible to
* impose a requirement later if a need is discovered.
* No other forms of ECDSA malleability are known and none seem likely,
* but there is no formal proof that ECDSA, even with this additional
* restriction, is free of other malleability. Commonly used serialization
* schemes will also accept various non-unique encodings, so care should
* be taken when this property is required for an application.
*/
SECP256K1_API int secp256k1_ecdsa_sign(
const secp256k1_context* ctx,
secp256k1_ecdsa_signature *sig,
const unsigned char *msg32,
const unsigned char *seckey,
secp256k1_nonce_function noncefp,
const void *ndata
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(2) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(3) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(4);
/** Verify an ECDSA secret key.
*
* Returns: 1: secret key is valid
* 0: secret key is invalid
* Args: ctx: pointer to a context object (cannot be NULL)
* In: seckey: pointer to a 32-byte secret key (cannot be NULL)
*/
SECP256K1_API SECP256K1_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT int secp256k1_ec_seckey_verify(
const secp256k1_context* ctx,
const unsigned char *seckey
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(2);
/** Compute the public key for a secret key.
*
* Returns: 1: secret was valid, public key stores
* 0: secret was invalid, try again
* Args: ctx: pointer to a context object, initialized for signing (cannot be NULL)
* Out: pubkey: pointer to the created public key (cannot be NULL)
* In: seckey: pointer to a 32-byte private key (cannot be NULL)
*/
SECP256K1_API SECP256K1_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT int secp256k1_ec_pubkey_create(
const secp256k1_context* ctx,
secp256k1_pubkey *pubkey,
const unsigned char *seckey
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(2) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(3);
/** Export a private key in BER format.
*
* Returns: 1 if the private key was valid.
* Args: ctx: pointer to a context object, initialized for signing (cannot
* be NULL)
* Out: privkey: pointer to an array for storing the private key in BER.
* Should have space for 279 bytes, and cannot be NULL.
* privkeylen: Pointer to an int where the length of the private key in
* privkey will be stored.
* In: seckey: pointer to a 32-byte secret key to export.
* flags: SECP256K1_EC_COMPRESSED if the key should be exported in
* compressed format.
*
* This function is purely meant for compatibility with applications that
* require BER encoded keys. When working with secp256k1-specific code, the
* simple 32-byte private keys are sufficient.
*
* Note that this function does not guarantee correct DER output. It is
* guaranteed to be parsable by secp256k1_ec_privkey_import.
*/
SECP256K1_API SECP256K1_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT int secp256k1_ec_privkey_export(
const secp256k1_context* ctx,
unsigned char *privkey,
size_t *privkeylen,
const unsigned char *seckey,
unsigned int flags
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(2) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(3) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(4);
/** Import a private key in DER format.
* Returns: 1 if a private key was extracted.
* Args: ctx: pointer to a context object (cannot be NULL).
* Out: seckey: pointer to a 32-byte array for storing the private key.
* (cannot be NULL).
* In: privkey: pointer to a private key in DER format (cannot be NULL).
* privkeylen: length of the DER private key pointed to be privkey.
*
* This function will accept more than just strict DER, and even allow some BER
* violations. The public key stored inside the DER-encoded private key is not
* verified for correctness, nor are the curve parameters. Use this function
* only if you know in advance it is supposed to contain a secp256k1 private
* key.
*/
SECP256K1_API SECP256K1_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT int secp256k1_ec_privkey_import(
const secp256k1_context* ctx,
unsigned char *seckey,
const unsigned char *privkey,
size_t privkeylen
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(2) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(3);
/** Tweak a private key by adding tweak to it.
* Returns: 0 if the tweak was out of range (chance of around 1 in 2^128 for
* uniformly random 32-byte arrays, or if the resulting private key
* would be invalid (only when the tweak is the complement of the
* private key). 1 otherwise.
* Args: ctx: pointer to a context object (cannot be NULL).
* In/Out: seckey: pointer to a 32-byte private key.
* In: tweak: pointer to a 32-byte tweak.
*/
SECP256K1_API SECP256K1_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT int secp256k1_ec_privkey_tweak_add(
const secp256k1_context* ctx,
unsigned char *seckey,
const unsigned char *tweak
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(2) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(3);
/** Tweak a public key by adding tweak times the generator to it.
* Returns: 0 if the tweak was out of range (chance of around 1 in 2^128 for
* uniformly random 32-byte arrays, or if the resulting public key
* would be invalid (only when the tweak is the complement of the
* corresponding private key). 1 otherwise.
* Args: ctx: pointer to a context object initialized for validation
* (cannot be NULL).
* In/Out: pubkey: pointer to a public key object.
* In: tweak: pointer to a 32-byte tweak.
*/
SECP256K1_API SECP256K1_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT int secp256k1_ec_pubkey_tweak_add(
const secp256k1_context* ctx,
secp256k1_pubkey *pubkey,
const unsigned char *tweak
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(2) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(3);
/** Tweak a private key by multiplying it by a tweak.
* Returns: 0 if the tweak was out of range (chance of around 1 in 2^128 for
* uniformly random 32-byte arrays, or equal to zero. 1 otherwise.
* Args: ctx: pointer to a context object (cannot be NULL).
* In/Out: seckey: pointer to a 32-byte private key.
* In: tweak: pointer to a 32-byte tweak.
*/
SECP256K1_API SECP256K1_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT int secp256k1_ec_privkey_tweak_mul(
const secp256k1_context* ctx,
unsigned char *seckey,
const unsigned char *tweak
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(2) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(3);
/** Tweak a public key by multiplying it by a tweak value.
* Returns: 0 if the tweak was out of range (chance of around 1 in 2^128 for
* uniformly random 32-byte arrays, or equal to zero. 1 otherwise.
* Args: ctx: pointer to a context object initialized for validation
* (cannot be NULL).
* In/Out: pubkey: pointer to a public key obkect.
* In: tweak: pointer to a 32-byte tweak.
*/
SECP256K1_API SECP256K1_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT int secp256k1_ec_pubkey_tweak_mul(
const secp256k1_context* ctx,
secp256k1_pubkey *pubkey,
const unsigned char *tweak
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(2) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(3);
/** Updates the context randomization.
* Returns: 1: randomization successfully updated
* 0: error
* Args: ctx: pointer to a context object (cannot be NULL)
* In: seed32: pointer to a 32-byte random seed (NULL resets to initial state)
*/
SECP256K1_API SECP256K1_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT int secp256k1_context_randomize(
secp256k1_context* ctx,
const unsigned char *seed32
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(1);
/** Add a number of public keys together.
* Returns: 1: the sum of the public keys is valid.
* 0: the sum of the public keys is not valid.
* Args: ctx: pointer to a context object
* Out: out: pointer to pubkey for placing the resulting public key
* (cannot be NULL)
* In: ins: pointer to array of pointers to public keys (cannot be NULL)
* n: the number of public keys to add together (must be at least 1)
* Use secp256k1_ec_pubkey_compress and secp256k1_ec_pubkey_decompress if the
* uncompressed format is needed.
*/
SECP256K1_API SECP256K1_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT int secp256k1_ec_pubkey_combine(
const secp256k1_context* ctx,
secp256k1_pubkey *out,
const secp256k1_pubkey * const * ins,
int n
) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(2) SECP256K1_ARG_NONNULL(3);
# ifdef __cplusplus
}
# endif
#endif