On Oct 14, 4:51 pm, Adam Vartanian <flo...@google.com> wrote:
> >   I have a file which i need to encrypt and send so can i use
> > protocol buffer for this buffer? please do reply me.
>
> Protocol buffers don't provide any built-in encryption or anything
> like that, no, all they provide is a serialization format.  You could
> use protocol buffers to send a file you encrypted via some other
> method, but I don't think that's what you're asking.
>
> - Adam


Hi Adam,
  Thanks a lot for your reply. But I saw in the google code website
that encoding will be done in Base 128 Varint. So what i understood by
default was it will be done to all. Is it right?!!!!

thanks,
Nithin Shubhananda

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