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|Instance Variables||order||An integer specifying the order in which the NAPTR records MUST be
processed to ensure the correct ordering of rules. Low numbers are
processed before high numbers.
|preference||An integer that specifies the order in which NAPTR records with equal
"order" values SHOULD be processed, low numbers being processed
before high numbers.
A <character-string> containing flags to control aspects of the rewriting and interpretation of the fields in the record. Flags aresingle characters from the set [A-Z0-9]. The case of the alphabetic characters is not significant.At this time only four flags, "S", "A", "U", and "P", are defined. (type:
|service||Specifies the service(s) available down this rewrite path. It may also
specify the particular protocol that is used to talk with a service. A
protocol MUST be specified if the flags field states that the NAPTR is
|regexp||A STRING containing a substitution expression that is applied to the
original string held by the client in order to construct the next domain
name to lookup.
|replacement||The next NAME to query for NAPTR, SRV, or address records depending on
the value of the flags field. This MUST be a fully qualified
|ttl||The maximum number of seconds which this record should be cached.
|Method||encode||Write a representation of this object to the given file object.|
|Method||decode||Reconstruct an object from data read from the given file object.|
Inherited from FancyEqMixin:
Inherited from FancyStrMixin:
|Parameters||strio||The stream to which to write bytes (type: File-like object )|
|compDict||A dictionary of backreference addresses that have have already been
written to this stream and that may be used for compression.
|Parameters||strio||The stream from which bytes may be read (type: File-like object )|
|length||The number of bytes in this RDATA field. Most implementations can
ignore this value. Only in the case of records similar to TXT where the
total length is in no way encoded in the data is it necessary.