> OK, I'll try the Base64 method....
It is more efficient to use a simple escape mechanism.
Let's say your delimiter is #13#10 (this is handy if you test with telnet).
The select another character which is likely to be infrequently use in your
binary data. Let's assume it is #127.
Then it is enough to scan all you binary data, check for #13, #10 or #127
characters and replace them by - respectively - #127 'M', #127 'J' and #127
'/' (or any other couple you like).
The nul char is also frequently escaped. Si replace #0 by #127 '0'.
At the other side, just do the reverse: scan data to find #127, then examine
next character to know which one to use instead of the pair which is the
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