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Hi,

Could anybody provide a fast Delphi source code for UUencode/UUdecode ? Are there sources available also for other encryption algorithms ?

Thanks a lot !
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There are a few free components with sources on some sites in the internet.
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There is source all over the net. The URL :

http://www.bsoftware.com/v2/a19c2p0.htm

Seems to have a few compressions routines with source, including a uuencode / uudecode in Pascal ( should be fairly easy to use in Delphi ).

For others, just do a net search of something like 'uudecode pascal source'. That did the trick for me!


AJB

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