dhaaron at hotpop.com
Sun Nov 25 01:00:55 CET 2001
To create files, I am currently using:
temp_file = os.open(file_name, O_CREAT)
Is this the cannonical way of doing it? If so, would it be usefull to have a function, create_file(file_name, mode, bufsize), linked to the interpreter, that
would create the file and return an associated file object? Is their a better way to do it, or is it something that shouldn't be done, and if so why?
Aaron, dhaaron at hotpop.com
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