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NIST-ITL Python Parsing Library

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A pure Python library for parsing and generating NIST-ITL binary files.

Installation

nistitl is published on PyPI and can be installed from there:

pip install -U nistitl

Quick Start

To generate a NIST-ITL binary message:

msg = nistitl.Message()
msg.TOT = 'MY_TOT'

r2 = nistitl.AsciiRecord(2)
r2 += nistitl.Field(2,3,alias='TEST')
msg += r2

buffer = msg.NIST

To parse a NIST-ITL binary message:

msg = nistitl.Message()
msg.parse(buffer)
print("The TOT is ",msg.TOT)
for record in msg.iter(2):
    print("Field 2.003 is ",record._3)

See the full documentation for more details.

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