I'm trying to map a list into hex, and then use the list elsewhere. In Python 2.6, this was easy:
A: Python 2.6:
>>> map(chr, [66, 53, 0, 94]) ['B', '5', '\x00', '^']
However, in Python 3.1, the above returns a map object.
B: Python 3.1:
>>> map(chr, [66, 53, 0, 94]) <map object at 0x00AF5570>
How do I retrieve the mapped list (as in A above) on Python 3.x?
Alternatively, is there a better way of doing this? My initial list object has around 45 items and I'd like to convert them to hex.