Getting at the bits of a 32-bit integer
jacobsmail at postmark.net
Tue Aug 24 20:03:16 CEST 2004
Peter Hansen <peter at engcorp.com> wrote in message news:<L8SdnepkCsRDV7fcRVn-vA at powergate.ca>...
> Grant Edwards wrote:
> >>If you're new to Python and you are twiddling bits, the odds
> >>favor the new user falsely importing old paradigms from other
> > Probably so.
> Especially as the OP didn't say he was trying to break apart
> Ethernet headers, serial data streams, or suchlike. He just
> seems to want to grab a few bits for his own purposes, and
> like Jeremy I doubt that the need is real (though also like
> he I admit the possibility it could be!) and am quite curious
> to hear from the OP again...
The truth is that I have zero need to fiddle with individual bits. I
just wanted to know how it was done.
And now I do know!
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