Encode to Base64 Format






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What is Base64 Encoding?

Base64 encoding is a binary-to-text encoding scheme that converts binary data into a plain text format. It's commonly used to transmit data over text-based protocols like HTML or email. Each group of three binary bytes is converted into four ASCII characters.

How to Use this Tool
  1. Enter Your Text: In the text area below, enter the text you want to encode.
  2. Copy the Result: Your encoded text will appear in the lower text area. Copy and use it as needed.

If you have the text "Hello, World!", the encoded result will be "SGVsbG8sIFdvcmxkIQ==".

Important Note:

This tool is for basic use and educational purposes. Avoid using it for sensitive data unless you understand the implications of encoding.

Enjoy encoding your text! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out.

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