The Dbase32 encoding is a base32 variant designed for document oriented databases and applications, specifically for encoding document IDs.
Dbase32 uses an alphabet whose symbols are in ASCII/UTF-8 sorted order. This means that unlike RFC-3548 Base32 encoding, the sort-order of the encoded data will match the sort-order of the binary data.
The `dbase32` Python3 package provides both a high-performance C extension, and a pure-Python fallback.
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