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john at fouhy.net
Fri Sep 15 01:17:30 CEST 2006
On 15/09/06, timothyh at email.arizona.edu <timothyh at email.arizona.edu> wrote:
> This is the first time I have posted to this list so I hope I am asking
> appropriate question in acceptable way. Want I want to do is take a file and
> cut it into pieces so each piece is a new unique file; the new files would be
> one line (newline) from the file I want to cut up. The file I want to cut up
> has 3900 lines. This is as far as I have got.
So, you want to create 3900 different files, then?
What do you want to call these files?
You can iterate through each line of a file like this:
input = open('/Users/timothy/Desktop/t' , 'r')
for line in input:
So, in the body of the for loop, all you would need to do is decide
what to call the new file, open the file, write line to it, and then
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