2.2.5.2 Vector types

Vector types are data structures that hold multiple variables of the same data type consecutively, and the number of elements is not fixed. A vector contains a fixed-length header followed by a variable-length payload. The header of a vector structure contains the count of elements and the offset to the payload. In this protocol all the offset fields start from the beginning of the containing NEGOEX message. The size of each element is specified by the vector type definition. Vector type structures are defined in the following sections.