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Base64 encoder & unencoder object.

sadam.base64 will encode and unencode any message you send it (actually it takes into consideration only the first element of the message if the message has multiple elements). Since the base64 encoding contains only alphanumerical characters and a few symbols (which are: +, / and =), the encoded string can safely be used outside the native Max world (for example, with MXJ or in text files). Combined with sadam.lzo it can be used to safely transmit huge amount of data over network using for example the MXJ-based jit.net.send object, or for storing (originally) binary data in an external text file.
from the library :
The sadam Library
Format : External
Environment : max / Max Runtime / msp
Max 5.x / 6.x


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