Python bytes() FunctionPython Functions

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The bytes() method returns an immutable byte object initialized with the given size and data.

Example

#!/usr/bin/python3
# -*- coding: UTF-8 -*-

print(bytes([11,12,13,14]))
print(bytes('ABCCBA', 'utf-8'))
print(bytes())

Output:

b'x0bx0crx0e'
b'ABCCBA'
b''

Syntax

bytes([source[, encoding[, errors]]])

Parameters

Name Description
source Source to initialize the array of bytes.
encoding If source is a string, the encoding of the string.
errors If source is a string, the action to take when the encoding conversion fails.

Return Value

It returns a bytes object of the given size and data.

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