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Base64 class

 
iflexgiridhar
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Hi ,
If anybody having java class for Base64 encoding/decoding pls
mail me to my email
giridhar.k@iflesolutions.com
thanks in adv
 
wael chatila
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the probabilty is that you already have it!
sun.misc.BASE64Decoder
sun.misc.BASE64Encoder
-W
 
iflexgiridhar
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Hi
Thanks for the information
But where can i find sun.misc package?
I have searched through www.java.sun.com but i unable to locate it.
pls give me the location from where i can download
or if u r having pls mail me to giridhar.k@iflexsolutions.com
once again thanks
regards
 
David O'Meara
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Ah, tricky sun.
These classes are packaged with the rest of the standard java classes. The differences are that sun doesn't tell you about them or give documentation or support them.
So it wouldn't be a good idea to have mission critical stuff relying on them.
Heres what sun says: http://java.sun.com/products/jdk/faq/faq-sun-packages.html
If you go to a prompt and type javap sun.misc.BASE64Decoder (there are other ways of looking inside or INTROSPECTING classes to...) it will spit out the class template for you. This is all the help you'll get so you'll have to put some work in (if you decide to use them, that is)
Happy hunting,
Dave
 
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