Looking at the stats of my blog I’m always amazed by the “search terms” used to reach the blog because some of them are crazy, others are well formed, but there’s an interesting part of them that catches my attention: the questions. It’s usual to see people asking questions to their preferred search engine.
So, why not start blogging answers? At the moment I only gathered some simple questions in my to-answer list but I hope to catch some more interesting ones in the future.
Well, the question of the day is: “Where can I find a base64 decoder?”
Internet is full of online Base64 decoders/encoders, there are some specific tools too but some of them don’t produce valid results. A local tool could be handy from time to time so here is a Base64 tool born in a short time simply using the power of Qt.
As you can see it’s pretty simple and minimalist GUI, you can decode/encode text (saving the result inside a file) or a file. Try it and let me know…