Reading and writing files in Python is something that every Python programmer will do at some point. In this video, I will teach you how to work with Python ...
Reading and writing files in Python is something that every Python programmer will do at some point. In this video, I will teach you how to work with Python file objects by going through five example scripts that use the open function and the read and write methods on the file objects returned by the open function.
The first example will count the number of words in a file. The second example will format a text file. The third will combine multiple text files into one. The fourth example will show you how to back up binary files. And the final example will demonstrate how to save and restore a working directory in a similar way to git.
0:00 Intro 1:00 Count Words 6:13 Format Files
11:25 Combine Files 16:53 Backup Files 23:54 Save and Restore Files 50:28 Outro
Get the code here: https://prettyprinted.com/l/xPy
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