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an example usage of the new style buffer API

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About hello-memoryview

This is an example usage of the new-style buffer API available in Python 2.6.



To run the demo using the slow python code:

$ hello-memoryview

To run the demo using the faster C extension:

$ hello-memoryview --fast

To advance the state by one step press ‘n’. To advance the state by multiple steps press ‘<k>n’ where <k> is some number, possibly with multiple digits. For example, typing ‘99n’ will advance the state by 99 steps. To quit, press any key that is not ‘n’ and is not a digit.

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