View Source BitcoinLib.Signing.ScriptSig (BitcoinLib v0.4.1)

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Extracts the signature, the public key and the remaining data from a script_sig

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Extracts the signature, the public key and the remaining data from a script_sig

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Examples

iex> script_sig = <<0x49304602210096b0685ed376e4841443b51b183fc1bd9e8df6bce219b192d488faf8f1d58429022100a175822c319aa494f349f725654d54be5a8bf59147b02d80782abda5880f6f0a014104f0e5a53db9f85e5b2eecf677925ffe21dd1409bcfe9a0730404053599b0901e505f9f974e41c436248aa19a74dc2a85fd0f4d4d6ba40d635ccdc95458da645b3::1120>>
...> BitcoinLib.Signing.ScriptSig.decode(script_sig)
%{
  signature: <<0x304602210096b0685ed376e4841443b51b183fc1bd9e8df6bce219b192d488faf8f1d58429022100a175822c319aa494f349f725654d54be5a8bf59147b02d80782abda5880f6f0a::576>>,
  public_key: <<0x04f0e5a53db9f85e5b2eecf677925ffe21dd1409bcfe9a0730404053599b0901e505f9f974e41c436248aa19a74dc2a85fd0f4d4d6ba40d635ccdc95458da645b3::520>>,
  remaining: <<>>
}