py: Put n_state for bytecode in the bytecode prelude.
Rationale: setting up the stack (state for locals and exceptions) is really part of the "code", it's the prelude of the function. For example, native code adjusts the stack pointer on entry to the function. Native code doesn't need to know n_state for any other reason. So putting the state size in the bytecode prelude is sensible. It reduced ROM usage on STM by about 30 bytes :) And makes it easier to pass information about the bytecode between functions.