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Accessing std::wstring in Python using SWIG

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Hello,

I have a C++ dll with one class which has one public function.
This function returns an std::list<std::wstring> as an argout.
I am using SWIG to generate Python extensions for this dll.

I have the following code in python to access the string from the list.

..
..
for item in myList:
print str(item)
..
..

When I run this program I see that the address of the string is printed, but
not the actual content.
Within Python code how can I dereference this wstring pointer to actually
print the value and not the address.

Thanks in advance,
With best regards,
Shankar
May 10 '06 #1
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