How to use 'sizeof in python' in Python

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555def descr_sizeof(self, w_arg):
556 """\
557Return the size in bytes of the argument.
558It can be a string naming a C type, or a 'cdata' instance."""
559 #
560 if isinstance(w_arg, W_CData):
561 size = w_arg._sizeof()
562 else:
563 w_ctype = self.ffi_type(w_arg, ACCEPT_ALL)
564 size = w_ctype.size
565 if size < 0:
566 raise oefmt(self.w_FFIError,
567 "don't know the size of ctype '%s'", w_ctype.name)
568 return self.space.newint(size)
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