Python xor binary numbers
Enter search terms or a module, class or function name. A BitArray is a mutable Bitsand so the one thing all of the python xor binary numbers listed here have in common is that they can modify the contents of the python xor binary numbers. Join a BitArray to the end of the current BitArray. Change the endianness of the BitArray in-place according to fmt.
Return the number of swaps done. The fmt can be an integer, an iterable of integers or a compact format string similar to those python xor binary numbers in pack described in Compact format strings. It defaults to 0, which means reverse as many bytes as possible.
The fmt gives a pattern of byte sizes to use to swap the endianness of the BitArray. If repeat is True then the byte swapping pattern given by the fmt is repeated in its entirety as many times as possible.
It can also be used to swap the endianness of the whole BitArray. When used with the BitStream class the pos is optional, and if not present the current bit position will be python xor binary numbers. After insertion the property pos will be immediately after the inserted bitstring. Inverts one or many bits from 1 to 0 or vice versa. The default is to invert the entire BitArray. Replaces the contents of the current BitArray with bs at pos. After insertion the property pos will be immediately after the overwritten bitstring.
Inserts bs at the beginning of the current BitArray. Finds occurrences of old and replaces them with new. Returns the number of replacements made. If python xor binary numbers is True then replacements will only be made on byte boundaries. If count is specified then no python xor binary numbers than this many replacements will be made. Reverses bits in the BitArray in-place.
Rotates the contents of the BitArray in-place by bits bits to the left. Rotates the contents of the BitArray in-place by bits bits to the right. The default is to set every bit in the BitArray. Writable version of Bits. When used as a setter the value must fit into the current length of the BitArrayelse a ValueError will be raised. In-place bit-wise AND between two bitstrings. If the two bitstrings are not the same length then a ValueError is raised. Shifts the bits in-place n bits to the left.
The n right-most bits will become zeros and python xor binary numbers shifted off the left will be lost. In-place bit-wise OR between two bitstrings. Shifts the bits in-place n bits to the right. The n left-most bits will become zeros and bits shifted off the right will be lost. In-place bit-wise XOR between two bitstrings.