The main principle of BER (Basic Encoding Rules) is that data is coded as a nested series of records, where each record has three elements. Which are these three elements and what does each of them signify?

Correct response:

  1. Tag (identification) tells what information is coming,
  2. Length in bytes,
  3. The data itself.

The data itself can be split into subrecords of the same format: Tag, length, data, recursively to any level.

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