In this tutorial, we will learn about the python memoryview() method and its uses with examples.
What is Python memoryview() Method
The memoryview() is a built-in python method that returns a memory allocated by the specified object .
All the objects in python require storage space at the runtime and memoryview() method will return how much storage passed object will take.
The syntax of memoryview() is:
Python memoryview() Parameters
The memoryview() method takes only one parameter as argument:
- object – An object that is exposed using bytes or bytearray.
Example 1: How to use memoryview() in python?
x = memoryview(b"Hello") print(x) #return the Unicode of the first character print(x) #return the Unicode of the second character print(x)
<memory at 0x7f9efbddadc0> 72 101
Rules of memoryview()
- Passed object must be whose internal data is to be exposed