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Wed Oct 6 11:05:06 CEST 2004
Brad Tilley wrote:
> Darren Kirby wrote:
>> quoth the Larry Bates:
>>> Integers are stored in memory as binary.
>>> stores 5 in x in binary form.
>> I think our friend is looking for a module or function that turns 5
>> into 101 (or perhaps 00000101)
> Thanks, this is what I need.
Are you sure? I mean, are you really really sure? REG_BINARY indeed
expects data in binary form, but that does not mean that you should
convert it to a string of 0's and 1's. It means that it can take any
series of bytes, and doesn't care what is in those bytes.
The struct module approach as explained by Max M sounds like a much
better idea in your case. Even better to use REG_DWORD instead of
REG_BINARY if that's possible for you.
"Codito ergo sum"
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