Reverse order of bit in repeating seqence of byte string
sjmachin at lexicon.net
Sat Jan 3 23:08:21 CET 2009
On Jan 4, 7:10 am, imageguy <imageguy1... at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jan 2, 7:33 pm, John Machin <sjmac... at lexicon.net> wrote:
> > For some very strange definition of "works". You say you have 'bgr'
> > and want to convert it to 'rbg'. The following code converts 'bgr' to
> > 'rgb', which is somewhat more plausible, but not what you said you
> > wanted.
> Well that's embarrassing ... you are correct. I need to convert from
> 'bgr' to 'rgb'
> Thanks to all others for suggestions
> FWIW, I realized the the C.types string buffer is/was mutable so
> settled on this;
> for start in xrange(0, ctypes.sizeof(buffer), 3):
> if buffer[start] != buffer[start+2]:
> #only need to swap the bits if they are different. ie if
> both are white or black, no change is required.
> blue, red = buffer[start], buffer[start+2]
> buffer[start], buffer[start+2] = red, blue
You are likely find that using
buffer[start], buffer[start+2] = buffer[start+2], buffer[start]
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