Base 64 to Image

This tool will help you to convert Base64 encoded string to an image.

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This tool will convert Base64  string into an image.

The is an internet media kind specification (with optional parameters.) the looks of ";base64" means the
info is encoded as base64. while not ";base64", the info (as a sequence of octets) is described using
ASCII encryption for octets within the vary of safe URL characters and using the quality 130 hex
encryption of URLs for octets outside that vary. If is omitted, it defaults to text/plain;charset=US-ASCII.
As a shorthand, "text/plain" will be omitted however the charset parameter equipped.
The "data:" URL scheme is simply helpful for short values. Note that some applications that use URLs
might impose a length limit; as an example, URLs embedded among anchors in HTML have a length limit
determined by the SGML declaration for HTML [RFC1866]. The LITLEN (1024) limits the amount of
characters which may seem during a single attribute worth literal, the ATTSPLEN (2100) limits the add of
all lengths of all attribute worth specifications that seem during a tag, and also the TAGLEN (2100) limits
the general length of a tag

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