os.listdir

Chris Barker chrishbarker at home.net
Tue Oct 30 21:38:00 CET 2001


Randy Heiland wrote:
> I get this:
> 
> >>> for file in os.listdir('mydir'):
> ...   print file
> ...
> f100.dat
> f1.dat
> f2.dat
> 
> but would like this:
> f1.dat
> f2.dat
> f100.dat

I use file names like:
f001.dat
f002.dat
f100.dat

Just to avoid this issue. It is not a Python issue at all. However, if
you don't have control over the file names, others have offered good
suggestions...

-Chris


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