numconv has been tested in Python 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2,
PyPy 1.4 and Jython 2.5. Other versions may work but are not supported.
You have several ways to install
numconv. If you’re not sure,
just use pip
pip (or easy_install)¶
You can install the release versions from
numconv’s PyPI page using
pip install numconv
or if for some reason you can’t use
pip, you can try
easy_install --always-unzip numconv
Alphabet defined in section 4 of RFC 1924. Supposed to be a joke (it is an April’s fools RFC after all), but is quite useful because it can be used as a base for the most common numeric conversions.
Alphabets defined in RFC 4648. Not really for common numeric conversion use.
Useful for URL shorteners.