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what is the point of encoding data? answer that and you will have all your answers.
Why do we have Base64 encoding? I am a beginner and I really don't understand why would you obfuscate the bytes into something else (unless it is encryption). In one of the books I read Base64 encoding is useful when binary transmission is not possible. Eg. When we post a form it is encoded etc. But why do we convert bytes into letters? Couldn't we just convert bytes into string format with a space in between? Eg. 00000001 00000004 etc? or simply 00000001 00000004 without any space because bytes always come in pair of 8?
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Encoding data is a VERY IMPORTANT to make sure your customers are safe when they browse and submit payments. I will never submit a payment without a SECURED SSL.
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