The AsnType type exposes the following members.
ASN.1 type byte.
Relevant to a particular application. These are defined in standards other than ASN.1.
Bit sequence type
Bool true/false value type
A constructed data object such as a set or sequence.
Also relevant to a particular application, but limited by context
Defines the BER extension "value" that is used to mark an extension type.
Defines the "high bit" that is the sign extension bit for a 8-bit signed value.
Signed 32-bit integer type
Null (no value) type
Object id type
Octet (byte) value type
A primitive data object.
These are types not covered by any standard but instead defined by users.
Arbitrary data type
Defined by referencing a fixed, unordered list of types, some of which may be declared optional. Each value is an unordered list of values, one from each component type.
Generally useful, application-independent types and construction mechanisms.