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    base91public

    Description

    base91.js is a base91 implementation in javascript that allows encoding/decoding of data to/from an ASCII representation that is more compact than base64.

    More information about the base91 algorithm itself can be found here.

    Requirements

    • node.js -- v0.8.0 or newer, or any browser

    Installation

    npm install base91
    

    Example

    var base91 = require('base91');
     
    console.log(base91.encode('node.js rules!'));
    console.log(base91.decode(base91.encode('node.js rules!')).toString());
     
    // outputs:
    // lref5gTT$FQ;C90ohA
    // node.js rules!

    API

    Functions

    • encode(< mixed >data) - string - Encodes data and returns the resulting base91 representation. data can be a string or an Array-like object (e.g. Buffer in node.js, Uint8Array or Array in browsers).

    • decode(< string >encodedData) - mixed - Decodes encodedData and returns the result. For node.js, it will return a Buffer, otherwise it will return a Uint8Array if available, or a plain Array as a final fallback.

    install

    npm i base91

    Downloadsweekly downloads

    21

    version

    0.0.5

    license

    none

    repository

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