Writing an image

Michael Hudson mwh at python.net
Fri Nov 7 16:09:07 CET 2003

"Mr. Costington" <noahd at juno.no.spam.com> writes:

> Hi all, I was trying to hava a CGI script return an image, but it was coming
> back corrupted.  So I tried this simple non-CGI test and still get errors:
> import sys
> image = open('pic.jpg','rb').read()
> sys.stdout.write(image)
> When I run this like "python pic.py > pic2.jpg"
> The resulting pic2.jpg is not identical to the original.  I looked at it in
> a hex editor, and it seems to be identical with the original pic.jpg, except
> for several 0D (carraige return) characters inserted throughout the file.

sys.stdout is not usually a binary-mode file.


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