Definitions for "Base64"
Keywords:  printable, ascii, encoded, mime, subset
Base64 encoding, specified in RFC 2045 - MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) uses a 64-character subset (A-Za-z0-9+/) to represent binary data and = for padding. Base64 processes data as 24-bit groups, mapping this data to four encoded characters. It is sometimes referred to as 3-to-4 encoding. Each 6 bits of the 24-bit group is used as an index into a mapping table (the base64 alphabet) to obtain a character for the encoded data. According to the MIME specification the encoded data has line lengths limited to 76 characters, but this line length restriction does not apply when transmitting binary data as part of XML document. XML & Binary Data
A representation of characters in digital format using a 65 character subset of U.S. ASCII.
An encoding algorithm that converts all characters in a data stream to printable ASCII characters.
Keywords:  bullant, endian, bps, big, block
big-endian block BPS Bullant