how to save strings to a temporary buffer?
rnd at onego.ru
Wed Jul 18 16:50:07 EDT 2001
On Wed, 18 Jul 2001 ed_tsang at yahoo.com wrote:
>How can I save string to a tempororay buffer and then write it to a
>I have a function that output a formatted string each time it is
>called; but instead of open a file and write it each time; I would
>like to save these strings to a , may be a tmeporory buffer, and then
>write it to a file when everythign is completed... how cna I do that?
You can specify buffer size in open() to the size you want.
This will have the effect you want.
f = open("file", "w", 100000)
f.flush() # when you want to write buffer to disk
Sincerely yours, Roman Suzi
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