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A simple python module that encodes integers into arbitrary-base element sequences.

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A simple python module that encodes integers into arbitrary-base element sequences.

Usage

Encoding:

>>> import integer_encoding
>>> alphabet = 'abc123'
>>> encode = integer_encoding.encoder(alphabet)
>>> encode(0)
['a']
>>> encode(1)
['b']
>>> encode(2)
['c']
>>> encode(6)
['b', 'a']
>>> encode(1306)
['b', 'a', 'a', 'b', '2']
>>> encode(1307)
['b', 'a', 'a', 'b', '3']

Decoding:

>>> import integer_encoding
>>> decode = integer_encoding.decoder('abc123')
>>> decode('a')
0
>>> decode('b')
1
>>> decode('c')
2
>>> decode('ba')
6
>>> decode('baab2')
1306
>>> decode('baab3')
1307

Installing

Install from PyPI:

$ pip install integer_encoding

or you grab the source and run:

$ python setup.py install

Tests

To run the tests, first install tox:

$ pip install tox

then run tox from the project root directory:

$ tox

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