[Python-ideas] String and bytes bitwise operations
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Thu May 17 07:14:10 EDT 2018
17.05.18 13:53, Ken Hilton пише:
> We all know the bitwise operators: & (and), | (or), ^ (xor), and ~
> (not). We know how they work with numbers:
> 420 ^ 502
> == XOR ==
> = 82
> But it might be useful in some cases to (let's say) xor a string (or
The question is how common a need of these operations? If it is not
common enough, they are better be implemented as functions in a
> Currently, that's done with this expression for strings:
> >>> ''.join(chr(ord(a) ^ ord(b)) for a, b in zip('HELLO', 'world'))
> '?*> +'
Are you aware that this can raise a ValueError for some input strings?
For example for '\U00100000' and '\U00010000'.
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