Cipher, byte[]s and Strings; oh my!

'Base64 Encoding' tutorial was cited in an Experts-Exchange answer in 2004.

The Base64 Encoding tutorial was cited in an Experts-Exchange answer in 2004. Note that my Geocities site has been moved to herongyang.com now.

Subject: Cipher, byte[]s and Strings; oh my!
Date: Jun 24, 2004
Author: gnoon
Source: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages
   /Java/Q_21318096.html

>I've got a method here that's supposed to encrypt or decrypt a
>password, for the purposes of saving to or loading from a file.  The
>saving and loading from file part is handled by a Properties object,
>which as you may be aware can only deal with Strings, and reads and
>writes exclusively in the ISO-8859-1 charset.  (Yes, I know mixing
>Java Strings with cryptography is nasty stuff; I'm modifying someone
>else's code. :/)
...

The code below is Sun Implementation of the Base64 algorithm 
(http://www.geocities.com/herong_yang/data/base64.html)
...

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