string llStringToBase64(string str)
Converts a string
to the Base 64
representation of the string.
Here is a simple example:
string test = llStringToBase64("Hello world!"); //Creates a new string called test and assigns it a function, here the script will change "Hello world!" into Base 64 text
llSay(0, (string)test); //This will make the script say the result in the local channel, result: "SGVsbG8gd29ybGQh"
Compare with llBase64ToString
is not encryption. It is very easy to decode base 64 strings.
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