IncrementalEncoder encode() in Python

With the help of IncrementalEncoder.encode() method, we can encode the string into the binary form by using IncrementalEncoder.encode() method.

Syntax : IncrementalEncoder.encode(string)
Return : Return the encoded string.

Note : If you want to use this method you should have python 3.8.2 version or latest.

Example #1 :
In this example we can see that by using IncrementalEncoder.encode() method, we are able to get the encoded string which can be in binary form by using this method.

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# import codecs and IncrementalEncoder
import codecs
from codecs import IncrementalEncoder
  
s = 'GeeksForGeeks'
obj = IncrementalEncoder()
  
# Using IncrementalEncoder.encode() method
gfg = obj.encode(s)
  
print(gfg)

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Output :



b’GeeksForGeeks’

Example #2 :

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# import codecs and IncrementalEncoder
import codecs
from codecs import IncrementalEncoder
  
s = 'This is Python in real world'
obj = IncrementalEncoder()
  
# Using IncrementalEncoder.encode() method
gfg = obj.encode(s)
  
print(gfg)

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Output :

b’I love python.’

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