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Decode Encode DLLs 2.5

For software developers, the Decode/Encode DLLs can be called from any Window...

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Total downloads: 371
  • Last Updated: Mar 14, 2011
  • License: Shareware $58.00
  • OS: Windows 2000/98
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Decode Encode DLLs is a Development software developed by Funduc Software Inc.. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Decode Encode DLLs:

BrothersoftEditor: For software developers, the Decode/Encode DLLs can be called from any Windows programming language (such as VB, Visual C, Powerbuilder, etc.). It allows you to automatically Detect if a given file is UUENCODED, Base64(MIME), XXENCODED, BinHex, user table, quoted-printable, or plain text. The DLL can then decode the file(s) either in the current directory or in one specified by the user. Files can also be encoded for transmission over the Internet. Sample code and an example app (included a VB macro) are included. Additional features include functions for resolving name collisions; Functions for encoding/decoding to/from memory buffers; Function for saving the decoded message text to a file. This includes HTML message code; Functions for retrieving the message header information (From, To, Subject, etc); Split & Concatenate files; Passing the boundary to the encoding routine. You need purchase only one Copy per developer and may distribute an unlimited number of your production dlls. The distribution includes 32 & 16 bit dll's. There are no royalty fees.
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