Method (2) in int class, int Class Method

**25. _ pos _ (self, * args, ** kwargs)**

Def _ pos _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"+ Self """

Pass

**26. _ pow _ (self, * args, ** kwargs)**

Def _ pow _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"Return pow (self, value, mod )."""

"Returns the multiplication of a number, and this function has a third parameter. after seeking the cosine, you can also find the remainder """

Pass

>>> A = 3

>>> A. _ pow _ (3)

27

>>> A. _ pow _ (3, 4)

3

**27. _ radd _ (self, * args, ** kwargs)**

Def _ radd _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"Return value + self ."""

"Changed from self + value to value + self """

Pass

_ Radd _ (self, value) is the position for transforming the addend and the number to be added. self + value is changed to value + self:

>>> A = 13

>>> B = 14

>>> A. _ radd _ (B)

27

>>> A. _ add _ (B)

27

**28. _ rand _ (self, value)**

Def _ rand _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"Return value & self ."""

Pass

Self & value is changed to value & self. The example is as follows:

>>> A = 10

>>> B = 50

>>> A. _ rand _ (B)

2

>>> A. _ and _ (B)

2

**29. _ rdivmod __()**

Def _ rdivmod _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"" Return divmod (value, self )."""

Pass

_ Rdivmod _ (slef, value) is equivalent to _ divmod _ (value, self). div is the abbreviation of word division, return divisor, and mod is the abbreviation of remainder, returns the remainder, so the result is an array used to store the quotient and remainder.

>>> A = 55

>>> B = 15

>>> A. _ divmod _ (B)

(3, 10)

>>> A. _ rdivmod _ (B)

(0, 15)

**30. _ rper _ (self, * args, ** kwargs)**

Def _ repr _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"" Return repr (self )."""

Pass

**31. _ rfloordiv _ (self, value)**

Def _ rfloordiv _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"" Return value // self ."""

Pass

_ Rfloordiv _ (self, value) is equivalent to _ floordiv _ (value, self). The two parts are divided and then rounded.

>>> A = 5

>>> B = 3

>>> A. _ rfloordiv _ (B)

0

>>> A. _ floordiv _ (B)

1

**31. _ round _ (self, * args, ** kwargs)**

Def _ round _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"""

Rounding

Rounding an Integral returns itself.

Rounding with an ndigits argument also returns an integer.

"""

Pass

**32. _ rpow _ (self, * args, ** kwargs)**

Def _ rpow _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"Return pow (value, self, mod )."""

Pass

Take an example as follows:

>>> A = 4

>>> B = 3

>>> A. _ pow _ (B)

64

>>> A. _ rpow _ (B)

81

>>> A. _ pow _ (B, 3)

1

>>> A. _ rpow _ (B, 3)

0

**33. _ rrshift _ (self, value)**

Def _ rrshift _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"Return value> self ."""

Pass

**34. _ rshift _ (self, value)**

Def _ rshift _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"Return self> value ."""

Pass

**35. _ rsub _ (self, * args, ** kwargs)**

Def _ rsub _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"" Return value-self ."""

Pass

36. _ rtruediv _ (self, value)

Def _ rtruediv _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"" Return value/self ."""

"Reversing the divisor and the divisor """

Pass

Example:

>>> A = 10

>>> B = 4

>>> A. _ rtruediv _ (B)

0.4

>>> A. _ truediv _ (B)

2.5

**37. _ rxor _ (self, value)**

Def _ rxor _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"Return value ^ self ."""

Pass

**38. _ sizeof _ (self, * args, ** kwargs)**

Def _ sizeof _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"Returns size in memory, in bytes """

Pass

**39. _ str _ (self, * args, ** kwargs)**

Def _ str _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"Return str (self )."""

"Convert numbers to strings """

Pass

Converts a number to a string, which is equivalent to str (a). The example is as follows:

>>> A = 15

>>> A. _ str __()

'15'

>>> Str ()

'15'

**40. _ sub _ (self, * args, ** kwargs)**

Def _ sub _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"" Return self-value ."""

Pass

**41. _ truediv __()**

Def _ truediv _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"" Return self/value ."""

"Returns the product of division of two numbers """

Pass

Example:

>>> A = 5

>>> B = 3

>>> A. _ truediv _ (B)

1.6666666666666667

>>> A. _ truediv _ (2)

2.5

**42. _ trunc _ (self, * args, ** kwargs)**

Def _ trunc _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"Truncating an Integral returns itself ."""

"Truncation and tail rounding, mainly used for floating-point numbers """

Pass

Example:

>>> A = 3.9

>>> B = 2.0001

>>> A. _ trunc __()

3

>>> B. _ trunc __()

2

**43. _ xor _ (self, * args, ** kwargs)**

Def _ xor _ (self, * args, ** kwargs): # real signature unknown

"Return self ^ value ."""

"In binary format, both false and true """

Pass

Example:

1 0 1 a = 5

1 1 1 B = 7

0 1 0 a. _ xor _ (B) (a ^ B)

The result of the above operation in decimal 2 is as follows:

>>> A = 5

>>> B = 7

>>> A. _ xor _ (B)

2