File object question
S. D. Rose
s_david_rose at hotmail.com
Fri Dec 23 15:08:29 CET 2005
Yes, len() will do what I want. I didn't realize it would work with binary,
I thought it was good only for variables, lists, etc.
"Kent Johnson" <kent at kentsjohnson.com> wrote in message
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> S. D. Rose wrote:
> > Hello all.
> > If I read a binary file:
> > file = open('c:\\logo.gif', 'rw'') # Read from FS as one way to get the
> > object, d/l from website another...
> > file.read()
> > is there anyway I can determine the 'size' of the object file? (Without
> > going to the filesystem and reading the filesize from the directory ...)
> Once you have read the data you can get the size of that:
> d = file.read()
> print len(d)
> Is that what you mean? Otherwise I don't know how you can get the size of
a file without
> asking the filesystem...
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