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Linux Base64 encoding and decoding string value

Base64 encoding is a method of encoding binary data into an ASCII (text-based) format. In Linux and other computing environments, Base64 encoding is commonly used to represent binary data in a human-readable form. This encoding is used for different purposes. It encodes binary files for transmission over protocols that use text. It can also embed

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