You always need a Base64 encoder and decoder, but for some reason Java does not introduce it until version 1.8, and even so there are many incompatible libraries out there.
Helps to read and write a CSV file, all methods are static writeLine: Converts list of String values into a line of a CSV file parseLine: read a line from a LineNumberReader and return the list of Strings That should be all you need.
This class is for encoding values in order to make make text appear in an HTML page.
Holds a stream of bytes in memory.
NullWriter is a writer that throws everything away, and never stores anything anywhere.
ReaderUTF8InputStream Imagine that you have a Reader object, and you want to call a method that requires an InputStream.
It seems that the Java libraries for reading SSL connection have conflated two different things: the ability to have an encrypted line, and the ability to confirm who you are connecting to.
Quite simply: there are a number of patterns that get written over and over when using streams, and so these methods are just a common colection of shortcuts Author: Keith Swenson Copyright: Keith Swenson, all rights reserved License: This code is made available under the GNU Lesser GPL license.
Given an InputStream to read a raw NNTP message body, this will decode the UUEncoding and give you the decoded result of what the body was holding.
WriterUTF8OutputStream Lets say you have a Writer (such as the out object in a JSP) and you want to call a method that takes an OutputStream.