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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.
How It Works - Ruby - About.com
The with_data method will decode the Base64-encoded data and write it to a temporary file, then pass the filename of that temporary file to a given block. It's not ...
How Base64 Encoding Works - About Email - About.com
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.
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.
Data URLs Can Help Speed Up Your Site - Web Design/HTML
You can use a data URL that encodes an image anywhere you would use an image URL, such as: IMG Tag CSS
ldif - Linux Command - Unix Command
The value may be specified as UTF-8 text or as base64 encoded data, or a URI may be provided to the location of the attribute value. A line may be continued by  ...
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 ...
getfattr - Linux Command - Unix Command
Values encoded as text strings are enclosed in double quotes ("), while strings encoded as hexidecimal and base64 are prefixed with 0x and 0s, respectively.
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