Base32 encoder/decoder


Similar to Base64, Base32 encodes arbitrary (binary) data in ASCII text. The difference to Base64 is that Base32 encoding is case insensitive.

Base32 is defined in rfc3548 using the characters [A-Z2-7], but this module by default uses [0-9A-V] for compatibility with older versions of MIME::Base32. An RFC compliant mode is also provided, though.

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