Module to represent integers as any other based representation string.
There exist direct converter functions.
>>> from bda.basen import str2int >>> from bda.basen import int2str >>> ref = 'abcde' >>> int2str(12345, ref) 'deddea' >>> str2int('abcde', ref) 194
Or a direct representation call for a 62 ascii based base.
>>> from bda.basen import base62 >>> term = base62(100) >>> str(term) '1C' >>> term = base62('1D') >>> int(term) 101
This works also with uuids, which is with ~22 chars less than the default hex with 32 chars:
>>> term = base62(uuid.uuid4())
basej uses 91 chars ascii as base (no backslash, no single/double quotes, no control chars). With this a chance to get 20 chars for a uuid is high:
>>> term = basej(uuid.uuid4())
Source Code and Contributions
If you want to help with the development (improvement, update, bug-fixing, …) of bda.basen this is a great idea! Submit issues or pull requests!
The code is located at github.
Maintainer is Jens Klein, Robert Niederreiter and the BlueDynamics Alliance developer team. We appreciate any contribution and if a release is needed to be done on pypi, please just contact one of us dev@bluedynamics dot com
Code is licensed under GPL v2. History =======
- Support for Python 3 [jensens]
- Support for python uuid module [jensens]
- more generic basex base class and special basej class. [jensens]
- initial implementation [rnixx, jensens]
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