Base32

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Name Base32
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Base32 is a family of binary-to-text encodings which use an alphabet of 32 symbols. Such encodings usually use ASCII letters and digits, and are case-insensitive.

In particular, it usually refers to the Base32 encoding defined in RFC 4648, which uses the following symbols (along with =, for padding):

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ234567

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