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Using C struct in Python** corrected

Hi,

I am having trouble using C struct in python. Hope anyone can help me
out ...

Say, I have my C struct as

typedef struct call
{
struct call *next;
// .....

} call_t;

I have a global variable, namely call_pool, which is of type call_t *
My python program:

cp = call_pool # no error doing this, means that call_pool is accessable

while cp:
print cp
cp = cp.next
This is giving me error: " There is no member or method name c_next"

Now, If I just do:

print cp
print cp.next

there is no problem. But I am seeing a difference in the way python is
looking at the struct:

print cp -> (call_t*) 0xb0...
print cp.next -> (struct call *) 0xb0...
Is python not intelligent enough to diagnose the next pointer ??

Responses appreciated.

Thanks
Sudheer
Jun 7 '06 #1
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