The 64encode command encodes the specified file using MIME's base64 encoding scheme and writes the result to standard output. This encoding converts the file into a set of characters universally represented at all sites in lines of 64 characters or less (only for the final line). This allows a binary file or simply one containing control characters to be transmitted through e-mail.
The 64decode command decodes the specified file which has been previously encoded in base64 and writes the result to standard output.
For both the 64encode and 64decode commands, if no file is specified, input is read from the standard input and encoded or decoded.
It is important to note that unlike the encoding scheme used by the uudecode and uuencode commands, the base64 scheme does not use any kind of separator to mark the beginning and end of the encoding. As a result, you must trim all extraneous information from a file before decoding it.
Possible exit status values are:
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