To encode and decode a string in Base64 in Java, you can use the java.util.Base64 class.
To encode a string as Base64 in Java, you can use the java.util.Base64 class. Here's an example of how you can use the Base64 class to encode a string:
JSON is a data-interchange format, which can be generated and parsed by PHP or other programming languages. See how to create and parse JSON data by PHP.
Here is an example of a Python code snippet that could cause a UnicodeDecodeError: invalid continuation byte error:
This error occurs when trying to decode a string using the 'charmap' codec, which is typically used for Windows-1252 character encoding.