Generate human-readable representations of numbers of bytes.
byteformat is a Python library and command line script for displaying numbers of bytes as strings using standards-compliant human-readable units such as ‘23 KB’ or ‘1.25 terabytes’.
Supports both official standards and the common de facto standard:
- SI decimal units, e.g. 1000 bytes = 1 KB;
- IEC binary units, e.g. 1024 bytes = 1 KiB;
- Mixed decimal names with binary sizes, e.g. 1024 bytes = 1 KB.
Supports the full set of decimal prefixes from kilo- to yotta- and the binary prefixes kibi- to yobi-.
Generate strings using symbols (e.g. ‘KB’), abbreviated names (‘Kbyte’) or full names (‘kilobyte’).
Uses correct plural terms when needed.
Automatically selects the best unit for a given number of bytes.
Allows the caller to explicitly override that selection and select which unit to use.
Easily customise the output without subclassing.
Importable as a Python library module.
Runs as a command line script.
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