REPOST: Re: base64.decodestring gives binascii.error
aleax at aleax.it
Fri Dec 28 17:42:47 CET 2001
"Erik Myllymaki" <erik at pacific-shores.com> wrote in message
news:3C2C9D79.9050501 at pacific-shores.com...
> The '_' and '!' were in the original string that was then encoded, not
> in the resulting encoded string.
Then, it's clearly a bug in the base64 module you're using. I
don't see it here:
[original context was -- oh those hateful add-in-front habits!:
> >>should base64.decodestring give a binascii.error if it encounters
> >>special chars like '_' and '!' ?
> > Makes sense to me; after all, such characters should never be
> > in a string produced by base64, so the data must have been
> > damaged in transit -- raising an exceptions seems appropriate.
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