xor on strings

dsavitsk dsavitsk at e-coli.net
Mon Feb 11 07:53:57 CET 2002


"Joshua Muskovitz" <joshm at taconic.net> wrote in message
news:3c6763c6_3 at corp.newsgroups.com...
> It isn't clear why you want to compare to '00', but this code should do
the
> trick nicely:
>
> >>> (r,g,b) = (56,156,12)
> >>> theString = '&H%02x%02x%02x' % (b,g,r) # note the order!
> >>> theString
> '&H0c9c38'
>

VB does BBGGRR for no reason that i understand.

> Is the test for '00' for anything other than the formatting of the string?
> Are you trying to find the brightest color, or something?

no, just formatting.

thanks for the suggestion. i had a bunch of if and len statements that
worked but didn't look like python is supposed to.


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