By now, you'll have noticed that Python is not very fastidious about types, and it will work with you on transforming one type to another. That said, its built-in types cover just about everything for which XML-RPC defines a representation: Booleans, integers, floating-point numbers, strings, arrays, and dictionaries. For binary data and dates,
xmlrpc.client provides wrapper classes.
The XML-RPC spec, at
www.xml-rpc.com/spec/, is short and sweet.
- 20. Web Applications and Web Services
- from Beginning Python®: Using Python 2.6 and Python 3.1
- Publisher: Wrox
- Released: February 2010
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