I/O Operations .....

saif.shakeel at gmail.com saif.shakeel at gmail.com
Mon Apr 30 11:19:44 CEST 2007


On Apr 30, 2:13 pm, "Daniel Nogradi" <nogr... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I am parsing an XML file and sending the output to two files.The
> > code asks the user to enter the input file,something like:
>
> > file_input = raw_input("Enter The ODX File Path:")
> > input_xml = open(file_input,'r')
>
> >   Now suppose the user enters the path as :
> > C:\Projects\ODX Import\Sample Files\Global _A_UHP_Low_0.7.odx.xml
>
> >  I have 2 output files to which i have to redirect the output.The
> > output file name should be same as input file in the same path ( the
> > extension has to change to a format "ini" which is basically text file
> > opened using notepad).Eg..
> > output files should be :
> > C:\Projects\ODX Import\Sample Files\Global _A_UHP_Low_0.7.ini,   and,
> > C:\Projects\ODX Import\Sample Files\Global _A_UHP_Low_0.7.xls
>
> If you only would like to know how to write files, this might help:
>
> content1 = ..............
> content2 = ...............
>
> f = open( 'file1', 'w' )
> f.write( content1 )
> f.close( )
>
> f = open( 'file2', 'w' )
> f.write( content2 )
> f.close( )
>
> HTH,
> Daniel- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

         Hi,
            File writing can be done in that way,but my query is
something different.I have to rename the output file by default with
input file name(only changing the extension.
              Thanks




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