Encodes stuff like numbers and hashes in a more compact form than denary, Hexadecimal, base32 or base64 & web friendly unlike unmodified base91.
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Web_basE91_python

Encodes stuff like numbers and hashes in a more compact form than denary, Hexadecimal, base32 or base64 & it is web friendly unlike unmodified base91.

Examples

>>> web_base91.encode("It's a sunny day") 'G5~+\xf3WMCX\xa3f\xa3JQmL^D9K' >>> web_base91.decode('G5~+\xf3WMCX\xa3f\xa3JQmL^D9K') bytearray(b"It\'s a sunny day")
Does not support 3.0 and newer or 2.1 and older