Package pem implements the PEM data encoding, which originated in Privacy Enhanced Mail. The most common use of PEM encoding today is in TLS keys and certificates. See RFC 1421.
Encode writes the PEM encoding of b to out.
Output: -----BEGIN MESSAGE----- Animal: Gopher dGVzdA== -----END MESSAGE-----
A Block represents a PEM encoded structure.
The encoded form is:
-----BEGIN Type----- Headers base64-encoded Bytes -----END Type-----
where Headers is a possibly empty sequence of Key: Value lines.
Decode will find the next PEM formatted block (certificate, private key etc) in the input. It returns that block and the remainder of the input. If no PEM data is found, p is nil and the whole of the input is returned in rest.
Output: Got a *rsa.PublicKey, with remaining data: "and some more"