Quoted-printable Encode | decode


Quoted-printable is a tool used for emails, maps and characters and acts in such a way that emails does not create any disturbance to the old email servers. In order to encode a normal text to Quoted-printable, the type is a box on top and have to click on the encode button. If you have an 8-bit byte that may be encoded with 3 characters, a “=” that is followed by the two hexadecimal digits (0-9 or A-F) that represents the bytes numeric value. However, encodes regularly use byte values outside the ASCII range so they have to encode before they are suitable for use in e-mail.

What is Quoted-printable Encode?

The basic Internet e-mail transmission protocol, SMTP supports only ASCII characters. MIME defines mechanisms that help in sending other kinds of information in the form of e-mail, which includes text in languages other than English, and uses the characters that encode other than ASCII. However, encoding frequently uses byte values outside the ASCII range. Therefore, it will encode that is suitable to use e-mail. Quoted-printable encoding is a method of mapping that helps to convert bytes into the sequence of ASCII characters. Whereas, non- ASCII characters those are represented can be recovered.

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What is Quoted-printable decode?

The basic Internet e-mail transmission protocol, SMTP supports only ASCII characters. MIME defines mechanisms that help in sending other kinds of information in the form of e-mail, which includes text in languages other than English, and uses the characters that encode other than ASCII. To decode a Quoted Printable text to regular text, you have to type in the box on the bottom and click the Decode button.