ID: 10161
Updated by: sniper
Old-Status: Open
Status: Feedback
Bug Type: *URL Functions
Assigned To: 

This works for me just fine:

echo base64_encode("960");
echo "\n";
echo base64_decode("OTYw");

It prints out "OTYw" and "960".

960 as ninesixzero.

This is with latest CVS. You can try the latest snapshot
from to verify.


Previous Comments:

[2001-04-04 11:14:22] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Although base64_encode("960") produces the string "OTYw", 
base64_decode("OTYw") doesn't produce "960".


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