1. To convert data by the use of a code, frequently one consisting of binary numbers, in such a manner that reconversion to the original form is possible. (188 ) 2. [To] Convert plain text to equivalent cipher text by means of a code. [NIS] 3. To append redundant check symbols to a message for the purpose of generating an error detection and correction code.
- Method in interface java.security.Certificate public void encode (OutputStream stream) throws KeyException , IOException Deprecated. Encodes the certificate to an output stream in a format that can be decoded by the method.Encodes the certificate to an output stream in a format that can be decoded by the decode method.Parameters: stream - the output stream to which to encode the certificate.Throws: KeyException - if the certificate is not properly initialized, or data is missing, etc. - if a stream exception occurs while trying to output the encoded certificate to the output stream.IOException - if a stream exception occurs while trying to output the encoded certificate to the output stream.See Also: decode(java.io.InputStream) , getFormat()
- Static method in class java.net.URLEncoder public static String encode (String s) Translates a string into x-www-form-urlencoded format.Parameters: s - String to be translated.Returns: the translated String.
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