[BangPypers] writing file with random extension to sd card using python

Sushrut Deshpande dsushrut at qvestron.com
Thu Oct 26 21:41:54 EDT 2017

I think you shud open file as binary write and try to write the integer after converting it to utf-8

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Sushrut Deshpande
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On 27 Oct 2017 00:20, at 00:20, Ajinkya Bobade <ajinkyabobade93 at gmail.com> wrote:
>This is my first question on this forum point me in a right way if I
>in a wrong place. That aside I am trying to write a file with '.bag
>' extension to sd card( .bag is used in Ross programming).
>I wrote a code to write a simple integer to disk as shown
>file = open("/path/to/file", 'w')
>x = 1
>while True:
>    x = x + 1
>    print(x)
>    file.write(str(x))
>    file.flush()
>in this code I could not write file.write(x). Why is this?If I want to
>store a file(' as it is') on this disk without converting it into
>what should I do?
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