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MIME::Decoder::QuotedPrint(3)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			     MIME::Decoder::QuotedPrint(3)

NAME
MIME::Decoder::QuotedPrint - encode/decode a "quoted-printable" stream SYNOPSIS
A generic decoder object; see MIME::Decoder for usage. DESCRIPTION
A MIME::Decoder subclass for the "quoted-printable" encoding. The name was chosen to jibe with the pre-existing MIME::QuotedPrint utility package, which this class actually uses to translate each line. o The decoder does a line-by-line translation from input to output. o The encoder does a line-by-line translation, breaking lines so that they fall under the standard 76-character limit for this encoding. Note: just like MIME::QuotedPrint, we currently use the native " " for line breaks, and not "CRLF". This may need to change in future versions. SEE ALSO
MIME::Decoder AUTHOR
Eryq (eryq@zeegee.com), ZeeGee Software Inc (http://www.zeegee.com). All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.16.2 2012-06-08 MIME::Decoder::QuotedPrint(3)

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MIME::QuotedPrint(3pm)					 Perl Programmers Reference Guide				    MIME::QuotedPrint(3pm)

NAME
MIME::QuotedPrint - Encoding and decoding of quoted-printable strings SYNOPSIS
use MIME::QuotedPrint; $encoded = encode_qp($decoded); $decoded = decode_qp($encoded); DESCRIPTION
This module provides functions to encode and decode strings into the Quoted-Printable encoding specified in RFC 2045 - MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions). The Quoted-Printable encoding is intended to represent data that largely consists of bytes that correspond to printable characters in the ASCII character set. Non-printable characters (as defined by english americans) are represented by a triplet consisting of the character "=" followed by two hexadecimal digits. The following functions are provided: encode_qp($str) This function will return an encoded version of the string given as argument. Note that encode_qp() does not change newlines " " to the CRLF sequence even though this might be considered the right thing to do (RFC 2045 (Q-P Rule #4)). decode_qp($str); This function will return the plain text version of the string given as argument. If you prefer not to import these routines into your namespace you can call them as: use MIME::QuotedPrint (); $encoded = MIME::QuotedPrint::encode($decoded); $decoded = MIME::QuotedPrint::decode($encoded); COPYRIGHT
Copyright 1995-1997 Gisle Aas. This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.8.0 2002-06-01 MIME::QuotedPrint(3pm)
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