A Base64 encoder is a program or tool that converts binary data into a text format that is ASCII-friendly. It achieves this by representing three 8-bit bytes as four 6-bit segments, which are then mapped to a set of 64 ASCII characters. This encoding allows binary data to be safely transmitted as text through channels that may not support binary data, such as email systems or within XML or JSON files.
Decode Base64 input to back to string.
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