binary literal

Pablo Martí Gamboa pmarti at warp.es
Wed Jul 22 12:24:22 CEST 2009


2009/7/22 superpollo <user at example.net>

> hello clp.
>
> i can insert a hex value for a character literal in a string:
>
> >>> stuff = "\x45"
> >>> print stuff
> E
> >>>
>
> can i do something like the above, but using a *binary* number? (e.g.
> 00101101 instead of 45) ?


(Python 3)

 >>> bin(45)
'0b101101'
>>> int(_, 2)
45

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Pablo Martí
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python -c "print '706d6172746940776172702e6573'.decode('hex')"
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