A library to create base92 encoded strings
A little library for encoding byte-strings into strings easily typeable on a standard US 101-key keyboard, with strictly better information density than base64 or base85 encodings.
Fire up your favorite python:
>>> import base92 >>> base92.decode(base92.encode('hello world')) 'hello world' >>> base92.encode('\x61\xf2\x05\x99\x42') 'DJ8gER!'
We use doctests, so running the tests is as easy as executing the base92.py library file with your python.
This library is pure python: there may be a cbase92 forthcoming, backed by a C library.
This library has not been tested with python3.
There is more information available at <https://github.com/thenoviceoof/base92>
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