Travis E. Oliphant wrote:
PEP: <unassigned> Title: Adding data-type objects to the standard library Attributes
kind -- returns the basic "kind" of the data-type. The basic kinds are: 't' - bit, 'b' - bool, 'i' - signed integer, 'u' - unsigned integer, 'f' - floating point, 'c' - complex floating point, 'S' - string (fixed-length sequence of char), 'U' - fixed length sequence of UCS4,
Shouldn't this read "fixed length sequence of Unicode" ?! The underlying code unit format (UCS2 and UCS4) depends on the Python version.
'O' - pointer to PyObject, 'V' - Void (anything else).