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Hashes store value in bytes

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Issue Description

I am just started using the Walrus Redis for storing the data in memory with Hash Container. An example is given in the link

>>> h = db.Hash('charlie')
>>> h.update(name='Charlie', favorite_cat='Huey')
<Hash "charlie": {'name': 'Charlie', 'favorite_cat': 'Huey'}>

I tryied the above example, but is storing in bytes for me

>>> h = db.Hash('abc')
>>> h.update(name='ABC', favorite_cat='Huey')
<Hash "abc": {b'name': b'ABC', b'favorite_cat': b'Huey'}>

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 3 years ago
  • Comments:5 (2 by maintainers)

github_iconTop GitHub Comments

amartya10commented, Feb 22, 2021
from walrus import *
db = Database (charset="utf-8", decode_responses=True)
rg2609commented, Jan 20, 2020

I am facing problem at the time of fetching the value from the hash, it is not returning Dict value.

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