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How do I decode the label buffer?

PHP, VB.net and C# (to name a few) provide a decoder object. The easiest approac
h is to assign a variable the printer buffer, decode it and assign the decoded p
rinter buffer to another variable. Here s an example in PHP:
$LB = $_POST['LB'];
$pbuffer = base64_decode($LB);
In this example we have a variable, $LB, that is assigned the encoded label buff
er which it got from a web form.
A second variable, $pbuffer, is assigned the decoded label buffer that was assig
ned to the variable, $LB.
Decoding was accomplished by simply calling base64_decode() and passing it the v
ariable, $LB, as a single parameter.
How do I decode the label buffer?
PHP, VB.net and C# (to name a few) provide a decoder object. The easiest approac
h is to assign a variable the printer buffer, decode it and assign the decoded p
rinter buffer to another variable. Here s an example in PHP:
$LB = $_POST['LB'];
$pbuffer = base64_decode($LB);
In this example we have a variable, $LB, that is assigned the encoded label buff
er which it got from a web form.
A second variable, $pbuffer, is assigned the decoded label buffer that was assig
ned to the variable, $LB.
Decoding was accomplished by simply calling base64_decode() and passing it the v
ariable, $LB, as a single parameter.
How do I decode the label buffer?
PHP, VB.net and C# (to name a few) provide a decoder object. The easiest approac
h is to assign a variable the printer buffer, decode it and assign the decoded p
rinter buffer to another variable. Here s an example in PHP:
$LB = $_POST['LB'];
$pbuffer = base64_decode($LB);
In this example we have a variable, $LB, that is assigned the encoded label buff
er which it got from a web form.
A second variable, $pbuffer, is assigned the decoded label buffer that was assig
ned to the variable, $LB.
Decoding was accomplished by simply calling base64_decode() and passing it the v
ariable, $LB, as a single parameter.
How do I decode the label buffer?
PHP, VB.net and C# (to name a few) provide a decoder object. The easiest approac
h is to assign a variable the printer buffer, decode it and assign the decoded p
rinter buffer to another variable. Here s an example in PHP:
$LB = $_POST['LB'];
$pbuffer = base64_decode($LB);
In this example we have a variable, $LB, that is assigned the encoded label buff
er which it got from a web form.
A second variable, $pbuffer, is assigned the decoded label buffer that was assig
ned to the variable, $LB.
Decoding was accomplished by simply calling base64_decode() and passing it the v
ariable, $LB, as a single parameter.
How do I decode the label buffer?
PHP, VB.net and C# (to name a few) provide a decoder object. The easiest approac
h is to assign a variable the printer buffer, decode it and assign the decoded p
rinter buffer to another variable. Here s an example in PHP:
$LB = $_POST['LB'];
$pbuffer = base64_decode($LB);
In this example we have a variable, $LB, that is assigned the encoded label buff
er which it got from a web form.

A second variable, $pbuffer, is assigned the decoded label buffer that was assig
ned to the variable, $LB.
Decoding was accomplished by simply calling base64_decode() and passing it the v
ariable, $LB, as a single parameter.
How do I decode the label buffer?
PHP, VB.net and C# (to name a few) provide a decoder object. The easiest approac
h is to assign a variable the printer buffer, decode it and assign the decoded p
rinter buffer to another variable. Here s an example in PHP:
$LB = $_POST['LB'];
$pbuffer = base64_decode($LB);
In this example we have a variable, $LB, that is assigned the encoded label buff
er which it got from a web form.
A second variable, $pbuffer, is assigned the decoded label buffer that was assig
ned to the variable, $LB.
Decoding was accomplished by simply calling base64_decode() and passing it the v
ariable, $LB, as a single parameter.