CMarkup EncodeBase64 Method

static MCD_STR CMarkup::EncodeBase64(
  const unsigned char* pBuffer,
  int nBufferLen
  );

CMarkup Developer License

EncodeBase64 is only in CMarkup Developer.

Base64 is a way of encoding a binary value into an ASCII text value that will not interfere with markup tags (see How To Handle Binary Data). Use this EncodeBase64 method to go from binary to Base64 text and use the DecodeBase64 method to go from Base64 text to binary.

In EncodeBase64, the pBuffer argument points to binary data, and nBufferLen is the length in bytes of that data. Add binary data to a document simply by encoding it as it is added to the document:

xml.AddElem( "IMAGE", CMarkup::EncodeBase64(pBuffer,nBufferLen) );

For an example of a round trip from a binary file into an XML document and back out to file again, see DecodeBase64.