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Base64 in Ruby - About.com
Base64 is a way to represent any data as ASCII data. Ruby provides a few handy functions to encode and decode Base64.
Cryptographic Hashes in Ruby - About.com
For this reason, hashes are either encoded in Base64 or more commonly, in hex. The hash is a just a very large integer, representing it in hex is a natural choice.
The Rakefile - Ruby - About.com
The following Rakefile is provided to automatically compile all images from a directory into a Base64-encoded YAML file ready for use. In addition, it can also ...
How Base64 Encoding Works - About Email
Find out how the clever technique of Base64 encoding makes it possible to send arbitrary data through email.
Base64 Encoding Table - About Email
The Base64 encoding table lets you look up 6-bit values and get the corresponding Base64 character.
Perl & CGI: Installing MIME::Base64 Module, perl interpreter, perl ...
Feb 8, 2005 ... I am trying to install the MIME::Base64 module on my Solaris system, but keep on getting the same error. The error message is as follows :-
Data URLs Can Help Speed Up Your Site - Web Design/HTML
Data URLs use the following syntax: data:
media type is the type of image, such as image/gif or image/png . The “base64” is
perlfaq9 - Linux Command - Unix Command
The MIME-Tools package (available from CPAN) supports extraction with decoding of BASE64 encoded attachments and content directly from email messages.
How Uuencoding Works - About Email
Like Base64 encoding, uuencoding takes three bytes of binary data and converts them to four bytes of ASCII text (which equals four characters). Each byte ...
How Do Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) Work?
The early email users had to do that manually. MIME does it for us comfortably and seamlessly, usually via a smart process called Base64 encoding.