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       MIME::Decoder::Base64 - encode/decode a "base64" stream


       A generic decoder object; see MIME::Decoder for usage.


       A MIME::Decoder subclass for the "base64" encoding.  The name was
       chosen to jibe with the pre-existing MIME::Base64 utility package,
       which this class actually uses to translate each chunk.

       ·   When decoding, the input is read one line at a time.  The input
           accumulates in an internal buffer, which is decoded in
           multiple-of-4-sized chunks (plus a possible "leftover" input chunk,
           of course).

       ·   When encoding, the input is read 45 bytes at a time: this ensures
           that the output lines are not too long.   We chose 45 since it is a
           multiple of 3 and produces lines under 76 characters, as RFC 2045
               The encoded output stream must be represented in lines of no
               than 76 characters each.




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