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What is Base64

Base64 encoding was created to make binary data survive transport through email protocols that are not 8-bit clean, and has been superseded by mime. Base64-encoded data takes just about 33% more space than the original data. See Hex Base64 + uuencode Encode/Decoder.

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UN Media kit Risk
Financial Conglomerate Cyberspace HM Customs and Excise
Actus reus N122 Civil Court form Gazumping
Transfer Deed Demand Euromarkets
To arraign Cost per Thousand Summary Judgment
Absolute Tribunal NDD
Take ownership Abscond Intellectual property
Tugrik Will Public Key Infrastructure - PKI
Verdict Smurfing Nemo dat quod non habet
External growth Tariff Confidentiality agreement
Bankers draft MIME Constraints Restrictions
Oversold Default Judgment Reporting Period
Administration order Estimation Procedure Non-Resident

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