Encodes the binary data represented by this XPRIM_Binary using Base64 encoding.
Base64 encoding is one of the commonly used binary-to-text encoding. You would encode your byte into a string when you need to include binary data as part of a text transmission, for example in a JSON string.
For more information about Base64 encoding, see this Wikipedia article.
In terms of functionality, Base64 encoding is equivalent to Hex encoding, but Base64 produces a shorter string. You should always use Base64 encoding instead of hex (unless you need to maintain compatibility with existing data)
The Base64-encoded string representation of the binary data.
Read the content of a file and insert into a JSON
Define_Com Class(#XPRIM_Binary) Name(#File)
Define_Com Class(#XPRIM_JsonWriter) Name(#Writer)
. . .
#Writer.WriteString Name('file') Value(#File.AsBase64String)