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You may also check out all available functions/classes of the module length: raise Value Error("Fewer input bytes than requested output") # Split `bytes` into `target` segments.
seg_size = length // target segments = [bytes[i * seg_size:(i 1) * seg_size] for i in range(target)] # Catch any left-over bytes in the last segment.
segments[-1].extend(bytes[target * seg_size:]) # Use a simple XOR checksum-like function for compression.The # former uses the randomly generated key, while the latter uses the # well-known key.