Base64 encoder

A Base64 encoder is a tool used to convert data (typically binary) into a Base64 encoded string. Base64 encoding is commonly used to represent binary data in ASCII characters, making it easier to transmit data over systems that may not support binary formats. The encoder works by dividing the input data into groups of three bytes, which are then converted into four Base64 characters. These characters consist of a subset of ASCII characters, allowing the encoded data to be safely transported through text-based protocols.

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