How to support a non-standard encoding?
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Sun Jan 8 06:16:25 EST 2012
Am 06.01.2012 21:00 schrieb jmfauth:
> Another simple approach, os independent.
> You probably do not write your code in iso-6937, but
> you only need to encode/decode some bytes sequence
> "on the fly". In that case, work with bytes, create
> a couple of coding / decoding functions with a
> created<dict> [*] as helper. It's not so complicate.
> Use<unicode> Py2 or<str> Py3 (the recommended
> way ;-) ) as pivot encoding.
These coding/decoding functions are exactly the way to create a codec.
I. e., it is not much more.
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