signed to unsigned
__peter__ at web.de
Fri Feb 17 20:14:46 CET 2012
Brad Tilley wrote:
> In C or C++, I can do this for integer conversion:
> unsigned int j = -327681234; // Notice this is signed.
> j will equal 3967286062. I thought with Python that I could use struct
> to pack the signed int as an unsigned int, but that fails:
>>>> x = struct.pack("<I", -327681234)
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
> struct.error: integer out of range for 'I' format code
> Is there an easy way in Python to do the same conversion that C or C++
> code does? Thanks for any advice.
>>> 0xffffffff & -327681234
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