- GFpECSetPointHash, GFpECSetPointHashBackCompatible, GFpECSetPointHash_rmf, GFpECSetPointHashBackCompatible_rmf
Digests the current streams of input messages with the specified length.
mbx_status16 mbx_sm3_update_mb16( const int8u *pa_msg, intlen, SM3_CTX_mb16*p_state);
|Array of pointers to the buffers containing parts of the whole messages.|
|Array of lengths of the actual parts of the messages in bytes.|
|Pointer to the SM3_CTX_mb16 context.|
The function digests the current streams of input messages passed by pa_msg parameter. The specified messages lengths are passed through len array. You can call the function several times with the same p_state to produce intermediate hashes values.
The function integrates the previous partial blocks placed in the internal buffer of the SM3_CTX_mb16 context with the input messages streams. Then, produces intermediate hashes values if the summary lengths are bigger than SM3 block size. The remainder of the data, which is not a multiple of the SM3 block size, is added to the internal buffer for the further hashing.
The mbx_sm3_update_mb16 function returns the status the indicates whether the operation completed successfully or not. The status value of 0 indicates that hash values were updated successfully. In case of non-zero status value, MBX_GET_HIGH_PART_STS16() and MBX_GET_LOW_PART_STS16() can help to get the low and high parts of the mbx_status16 , which can be analyzed separately with MBX_GET_STS() call. The low part includes first eight statuses, while the high part includes remaining 8 statuses for each operation.
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