bytes = list(bytes)
value = 0
shift = 0
byteval = ord(bytes.pop(0))
if(byteval & 128) == 0: break
value |= ((byteval & 0x7F) << shift)
shift += 7
return (value | (byteval << shift))
temp = value
bytes = ""
while temp >= 128:
bytes += chr(0x000000FF & (temp | 0x80))
temp >>= 7
bytes += chr(temp)
x = encode7bit(345)
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
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