2 days ago · You can always convert a bytes object into a list of integers using list(b). Note For Python 2.x users: In the Python 2.x series, a variety of implicit conversions between 8-bit strings (the closest thing 2.x offers to a built-in binary data type) and Unicode strings were permitted. Arrays in Python is an altogether different thing. Ok, having cleared that, getting the the size of a list or tuple (or array, if you will), is pretty straighforward. You just call the len() function on the object, and there you have it's size. Examples of list and tuple size / lengths are given below.+ + For details see: :func:`tf` + Parameters ----- - num: vector, or list of lists of vectors - den: vector, or list of lists of vectors - sys: TransferFunction object - tf2ss accepts `num` and `den`, or `sys`. + sys: Lti (StateSpace or TransferFunction) + A linear system + num: array_like, or list of list of array_like + Polynomial ... Python lists have a built-in sort() method that modifies the list in-place and a sorted() built-in function that builds a new sorted list from an iterable.. There are many ways to use them to sort data and there doesn't appear to be a single, central place in the various manuals describing them, so I'll do so here.