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From "Vikram Goyal" <t...@craftbits.com>
Subject Re: [Codec] RFC2045 Anomaly?
Date Sun, 23 Nov 2003 07:26:40 GMT
> There is no problem once you understand that the meaning of "0" is
> contextual.
> The first "0" is binary zero.
> The second "0" is digit zero, a character representing the digit "0".
>

Yes, but as per the rfc, Base64 encoding results in 7bit short line
transformations. But if the encoded data contains the character '0' it
violates this principle as 7bit data should not contain this character. A
'0' character will be the same as a Nul value.

--
Vikram



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