launching a file with its associated application on windows

Volucris volucris at hotmail.com
Thu Jun 21 02:09:51 CEST 2001


If it's pre 2.0, I think you can prefix a popen() command with 'start ' to
do the same thing.

import os
os.popen('start %s' % r'C:\sish\MyPic.bmp')


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> [Christian Reyes]
> > Is there a method that takes a file as an argument and then opens
> > that file with the its associated viewer?
>
> This must be a Windows question, right?  If so, in Python 2.0 or later,
the
> Windows-specific os.startfile() does exactly that.
>
>





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