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  Asked By: Jada    Date: Mar 29    Category: Java    Views: 309

I have one string in base64 format. I want to decode that string
back to regular string. Does anyone how know how to do it Java.
Please let me know if you have any clue. Thanks for your time.



3 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Janelle Evans     Answered On: Mar 29

javax has a base 64 method. certainly for the mail class. failing that use
google and writer your own.

Answer #2    Answered By: Lela Lynch     Answered On: Mar 29

hi search in net for source forge base 64 u will be getting a
java file use that .That code is very good thats is into production for us now

Answer #3    Answered By: Mark R     Answered On: Mar 29

Concerning the base64 format, as far as I remember, cause I have used his
package along time  ago, in the same class, there's a method called encode(). If
it's not in the same class, I think it's in the package. This method returns the
original string. I am sorry that I don't remember its exact location, but, it's
there. just look fo it.

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