Base32 is a notation for encoding arbitrary binary data over channels that were designed to carry only ASCII Characters. Base32 consists of a symbol set made up of 32 different characters of numbers
2 - 7 and letters
A - Z .
If you notice that the number is not fully complete from
0 - 9, thats because as the name implies, Base32 is 32 = 26 letters + 6 numbers. If you take a look at the base64, you will notice that the encoded text will be longer than base64 since base32 using smaller amount of character set.
So, the following word :
Encoded to Base32 notation:
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