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Thread: Re: How to read a text from an Image file?

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    Default Re: How to read a text from an Image file?

    how u can import BASE64Encode() package i am getting error please help me


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    Default java image processing

    File newFile=new File("C:\\Image\\9R6-CCI\\09082010\\K08E091209FT_8033.tif");
    byte[] fileData = new byte[ (int)newFile.length()];
    InputStream inStream = new FileInputStream( newFile);
    inStream.read(fileData);
    inStream.close();
    String tempFileData = new String(fileData);
    String imageString=new BASE64Encoder().encode(fileData);

    i am working on final year project please tell me which package or which jar i will include in that code .
    in this above code error"BASE64Encoder cannot be resolved to a type" what i can i do for removing that
    error please tell me thanks in advance

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    Default Re: How to read a text from an Image file?

    Please don't hijack a 3 year old post, especially with a seemingly unrelated question. And please don't double post...I have merged your posts

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    Default Re: How to read a text from an Image file?

    For someone who is at "final year" level, your question is pretty depressing. On topic however, the BASE64 classes you're trying to use are long-removed from the Java API. I advise you to use an Apache Commons API instead, see Base64 or if you're really against using libraries, have a look at DataTypeConverter.
    Please use [highlight=Java]//code goes here...[/highlight] tags when posting your code

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    Default Re: How to read a text from an Image file?

    k

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    thanks

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