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bytes Objects: Overview

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In this section, you’ll learn about bytes objects. The bytes object is one of the core built-in types for manipulating binary data. A bytes object is an immutable sequence of single byte values. Each element in a bytes object is a small integer in the range of 0 to 255. Here’s what you’ll see in this section:

  • Defining a literal bytes object
  • Defining a bytes object with the built-in bytes() function
  • Operations on bytes objects
  • bytearray objects
  • Conclusion and course review

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