How to encode Python source code?

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HI. I want to encode my Python source code to cp1252b. How can I do this? Should I make changes in the source code or should I parse the source code into an encoder?

May 14 in Python by Rajat
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Python allows you to encode the source code from within the source code. Just add the below line at the beginning of your source code, it'll work:

# -*- coding: cp1252 -*-
answered May 14 by Jimmy

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