Jeremy Hylton wrote:
On Sun, 2003-06-29 at 14:14, M.-A. Lemburg wrote:
So we assume struct units are 8 bits and then use calcsize("i")*8 as the wordlength.
sizeofint = len(struct.pack('i',1))
sizeofint = struct.calcsize("i")
Even better :-)
well if I wish to store 4 bits/int then this works
import struct print struct.calcsize("i")
but I assume we can store more than 4 bits per int, so waht tells us we cans store 8 bits/struct unit?