Base64: Brief Definition

What is base64 encoding?

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Base64 is a set of binary-to-text encoding schemes designed to represent binary data efficiently. It transforms sequences of 8-bit bytes into 24-bit groups, which are then expressed using four 6-bit Base64 digits. This encoding facilitates the safe transmission of binary data in text-based formats, such as email or HTML, ensuring compatibility across different systems.

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