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       gnutls_ia_recv - read data from the TLS/IA protocol


       #include <gnutls/extra.h>

       ssize_t  gnutls_ia_recv(gnutls_session_t  session,  char * data, size_t


       gnutls_session_t session
                   is a gnutls_session_t structure.

       char * data the buffer that the data will be read into, must hold >= 12

       size_t sizeofdata
                   the number of requested bytes, must be >= 12.


       Receive  TLS/IA  data.   This  function  has the similar semantics with
       recv().  The only difference is that it accepts a GnuTLS  session,  and
       uses different error codes.

       If  the  server  attempt  to finish an application phase, this function
       will        return         GNUTLS_E_WARNING_IA_IPHF_RECEIVED         or
       GNUTLS_E_WARNING_IA_FPHF_RECEIVED.    The  caller  should  then  invoke
       gnutls_ia_verify_endphase(), and if it runs the client side, also  send
       an endphase message of its own using gnutls_ia_endphase_send.

       If  EINTR  is  returned  by  the internal push function (the default is
       code{recv()})  then  GNUTLS_E_INTERRUPTED   will   be   returned.    If
       GNUTLS_E_INTERRUPTED  or GNUTLS_E_AGAIN is returned, you must call this
       function again, with  the  same  parameters;  alternatively  you  could
       provide a NULL pointer for data, and 0 for size.


       The  number  of  bytes  received.  A negative error code is returned in
       case  of   an   error.    The   GNUTLS_E_WARNING_IA_IPHF_RECEIVED   and
       GNUTLS_E_WARNING_IA_FPHF_RECEIVED   errors   are   returned   when   an
       application phase finished message has been sent by the server.


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