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Tue Apr 29 23:36:07 CEST 2003
> You want to use os.system or os.popen. With popen you can read the
> results directly without using the intermediate file.
> os.system('flow-cat <dirname> | flow-stat <param> > outputfile.txt')
> flow = os.popen('flow-cat <dirname> | flow-stat <param>')
> for i in flow.readlines():
Thx, but i need the .txt file because i have to parse it several time...
with os.system( ) is the script waiting until the command is finished?
I have to wait until i can open the generated .txt file
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