## Reading a file line by line into elements of an array in Python

This question already has an answer here: In Python, how do I read a file line-by-line into a list? 35 answers testsite_array = [] with open('topsites.txt') as my_file: for line in my_file: testsite_array.append(line) This is possible because Python allows you to iterate over the file directly. Alternatively, the more straightforward method, using f.readlines() : with open('to

## How do you read a file into a list in Python?

This question already has an answer here: In Python, how do I read a file line-by-line into a list? 35 answers with open('C:/path/numbers.txt') as f: lines = f.read().splitlines() this will give you a list of values (strings) you had in your file, with newlines stripped. also, watch your backslashes in windows path names, as those are also escape chars in strings. You can use forward

## python copy files to a network location on Windows without mapping a drive

I am running python in a non interactive session on windows and therefore I cannot map a network drive. Most of what I have researched on here and through google everyone suggests mapping a network drive and copying the files that way. On linux I would facilitate this with an smbmount but unfortunately the software I am working with is tied to windows. Are there any options for interacting

## Store all items from filename to another then return that file

This question already has an answer here: How do I copy a file in python? 14 answers This is one way to do what I believe you want. file1 = open("filename1","r") file1_contents = file1.read() file1.close() file2 = open("filename2","w") file2.write(file1_contents) file2.close() Now, there may be a better way to do what you want, like if you just want to copy a file without doing anything t

## Python copy file but keep original

This question already has an answer here: How do I copy a file in python? 14 answers 这个怎么样？ $ls$ touch randomfile.dat $ls randomfile.dat$ python [...] >>> import time >>> src_filename = 'randomfile.dat' >>> dst_filename = src_filename + time.strftime('.%Y%m%d%H%M') >>> import shutil >>> shutil.copy(src_filename, dst_filename) 'randomf

## Copying an image to some directory

This question already has an answer here: How do I copy a file in python? 14 answers You don't need opencv to do this. You can use the shutil library. import shutil shutil.copyfile('path/to/1.jpg', 'new/path/to/1.jpg') Note that the destination path must specify the filename too. If you don't want this, you can use shutil.copy2 which lets you specify a directory as the destinatio

## How to copy a file in python

This question already has an answer here: How do I copy a file in python? 14 answers 看看shutil.copy它可以让你复制文件。

## How do I get Python to read and extract words from a text file?

This question already has an answer here: How do I copy a file in python? 14 answers A sample code to copy text from one file to another. Maybe it will help you: inputFile = open("Input.txt","r") text = inputFile.read() inputFile.close() outputFile = open("Output.txt","w") outputFile.write(text) outputFile.close() 简单的就试试这个#open input file and read all lines and save it in a list fi

## How to get python to copy files to desktop

This question already has an answer here: How do I copy a file in python? 14 answers 只需定义桌面的绝对地址即可。 dst = 'C:\Users\[name of your account]\myfile.txt'

## Writing from .txt to .md in python

This question already has an answer here: How do I copy a file in python? 14 answers If you're not changing the contents you could just change the file extension. See this SO answer for help Change the file extension for files in a folder in Python Edited based on comment If you want to make a copy this is the simplest way I believe import shutil shutil.copyfile("testcopy.txt", "te