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I'm using liquidity lang, and define a storage:

type storage = {
  usersDocuments : (address,address set) big_map;
  documents: string set;
}

and I add in to usersDocuments https://pastebin.com/dkV4EtL2 as follows:

  let (op,docAddress) =
    Contract.create
      ~storage: (fileHash,userAddress,Set,Set)
      ~manager:manager
      ~spendable:false
      ~delegatable:false
      ~delegate:(None)
      ~amount:0tz (contract Document)
  in

  let userDocuments = match Map.find userAddress storage.usersDocuments with
    | None -> Set
    | Some docSotrage -> docSotrage
  in
  let userDocuments = Set.add docAddress userDocuments in

After that, I'm using the RPC api search from big_map, and the api returns:

[
    {
        "bytes": "011cd5f135e80fd8ebb6e43335b24ca6116edeba6900"
    }
]

How can I transform the byte array to a contract address, which is created from a smart contract?

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This is the 'optimized' Micheline representation of an address value.

In the future, I think we should extend the client and RPC a bit, to make things easier here. For now...

You can see optimized encoding referenced in parse_data and unparse_data for the address type.

The encoding is defined in contract_repr.ml.

There is a 'tag' byte first:

  • If the first byte is 0x00, an implicit account public key hash follows. (This, in turn, will have a curve code byte for tz1/tz2/tz3, and then the key hash itself, as defined in signature.ml.)
  • If the first byte is 0x01, an originated account address follows, with an extra 0x00 byte of padding at the end.

So in your example, base58check-encoding the hex 1cd5f135e80fd8ebb6e43335b24ca6116edeba69 -- dropping the 0x01 tag and 0x00 padding bytes -- gives KT1BDEn6wobs7tDReKkGheXAhoq278TGaNn5.

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  • Thanks! sorry where you decode , online service? Feb 2 '19 at 21:05
  • 1
    maybe tezos base58 encoding/decoding deserves its own question? :)
    – Tom
    Feb 2 '19 at 21:22

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