Base64 Encode/Decode

Base64 encoding is a way of representing binary data in a text format that is safe for transmission over channels that may not support binary data, such as email or HTTP. It takes binary data and converts it into a 64-character ASCII string by grouping the data into 6-bit chunks and mapping those chunks to printable ASCII characters.

In the Base64 encoding scheme, each group of 3 input bytes is represented by 4 output characters. The 3 bytes are first split into 4 6-bit chunks, and each of these chunks is then mapped to an ASCII character using a lookup table. The resulting string of ASCII characters is then sent over the communication channel.

Base64 encoding is commonly used in web applications to transmit binary data, such as images or audio files, as text. It is also used in cryptography and digital signatures. This tool helps you convert text into Base64 code or Base64 code into text easily and quickly.
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