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decimalize is a package to convert radix flexibly.

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Requirements

  • Python 2.5 or later.

Install

$ pip install decimalize

History

1.0.x

  • First release.

Usage

Basic Example

>>> import decimalize
>>> manager = decimalize.Decimalize('0123456789abcdef')
>>> manager.encode(255)
'ff'
>>> manager.decode('ffff')
65535

Multi Byte Example

Please specify a unicode-string if you use multibyte charset.

>>> import decimalize
>>> manager = decimalize.Decimalize(
...    u'あいうえおかきくけこさしすせそたちつてとなにぬねの'
...    u'はひふへほまみむめもやゆよらりるれろわをん'
... )  # 46進数
>>> print(manager.encode(500))
さる
>>> manager.decode(u'いぬ')
68
>>> # print(manager.encode(7308313824848881))
>>> # print(manager.encode(2811963241313541391200))

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