I am trying to install PyBase64 on my python 3 8 But I end up with the following error

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$ pip install pybase
ERROR: Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement pybase (from versions: none)
ERROR: No matching distribution found for pybase
Mar 24, 2020 in Python by Nishant
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Hey, @ Nishant,

When you are trying to install PyBase 64, I would suggest you use this to install:

pip install pybase64

Pybase64 uses the same API as Python base64  “modern interface” (introduced in Python 2.4) for easy integration. I would suggest you install Python 2.4

To get the fastest decoding, it is recommended to use the validate=True when possible.

Hey, @Gitika

Thank you so much for the help. Now it's working
Hey, @Nishant,
Glad to help with your doubt. By the way, how's the situation with Corona Virus, is it work from home in your case too? How are you managing your profession?

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