[Tutor] a quick Q: built-in method pop of list object at 0x7f8221a22cb0>
alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Thu Sep 8 15:58:06 CEST 2011
On 08/09/11 13:59, lina wrote:
> <built-in method pop of list object at 0x7f8221a22cb0>
> what does the 0x7f8221a22cb0 mean here? the computer physical address.
It's a unique identifier for the object which is implementation
dependant. In practice you can consider it the memory address.
But I wouldn't try using it as an address by passing it into a
C function say. That's not guaranteed to work at all!
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