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Re: How to write binary data to file and socket

Steve Holden
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Lee Soin wrote:
> Hello, all!
> I'm new to python. In Linux C programming, writing data to file and
> socket share the same system call "write". But it seems that only data
> of string type can be used for "write" and "send". So how to write
> binary data to file and socket?

Assuming you are using Python 2.x, use the struct module to convert your
data to a string, then write that.

In Python 3.x you would use the bytes type.

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