WindowsXP/ CTypes - How to convert ctypes array to a string?

Fredrik Lundh fredrik at
Tue Aug 19 14:14:44 CEST 2008

dudeja.rajat at wrote:

> I also add the letter 'v' same as you suggested. However, I'm looking
> to store this into some variable ( that variable could be be a string,
> tuple or anything, Im not sure which is the suited one)

the expression gives you a string object; you'll store it in a variable 
in the same way as you'd store any other expression result in Python.

    version = "v%d.%d.%d.%d" % tuple(version)

but when you find yourself getting stuck on things like this, it might a 
good idea to take a step back and read the tutorial again:

pay special attention to the parts that discuss how variables work in 

if you prefer some other entry level tutorial, the following is said to 
be really good:


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