How to use 'python unsigned int' in Python

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185def int_to_integer_unsigned(n):
186 """Convert Python int in range [-32768, 65535] to BASIC Integer."""
187 if n > 0xffff or n < -0x8000:
188 raise error.RunError(error.OVERFLOW)
189 if n < 0:
190 n = 0x10000 + n
191 return ('%', bytearray((n&0xff, n >> 8)))
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72def unsigned_int(x):
73 return unsigned_int_s.pack(x)

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