Copyright (C) 2005 Brad Hards <[email protected]>
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// QtCrypto has the declarations for all of QCA
int main(int argc, char **argv)
// the Initializer object sets things up, and
// also does cleanup when it goes out of scope
QCoreApplication app(argc, argv);
// we use the first argument as the data to encode / decode
// if an argument is provided. Use "hello" if no argument
QByteArray arg; // empty array
arg.append((argc >= 2) ? argv : "hello");
// create our object, which does encoding by default
// QCA::Hex encoder(QCA::Encode); is equivalent
// You might prefer to use encoder.encode(); and have
// it return a QCA::SecureArray, depending on your needs
std::cout << arg.data() << " in hex encoding is ";
// This time, we'll create an object to decode hexadecimal.
// We could also have reused the existing object, calling
// clear(); and setup(QCA::Decode); on it.
// This time, we convert a QString into a QString