why o/p is different ???

Pierre Bourdon delroth at gmail.com
Thu Jan 15 07:45:47 CET 2009


Use os.path.basename :

>>> os.path.basename('/foo/bar/baz.py')
'baz.py'

It will have the expected behavior on each system. You could also use
os.sep instead of '/' in your split method call, but os.path.basename
is more elegant.

On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 7:34 AM, asit <lipun4u at gmail.com> wrote:
> I recently faced a peculiar o/p.
>
> My objective is to remove the command name(my script name) from
> sys.argv[0].
> I coded like this
>
> import urllib
> import sys
>
>
> print "\n\n\t\tlipun4u[at]gmail[dot]com"
> print "\t\t------------------------"
>
> apppath = sys.argv[0].split("/")
> appname = apppath[len(apppath)-1]
> print appname
>
> if len(sys.argv) not in [2,3]:
>    print "Usage : " + appname + " <url> [options]"
>    print "e.g. : " + appname + "www.google.com --verbose"
>    print "\n\t[option]"
>    print "\t\t--verbose/-V for verbose output"
>    print "\t\t-r for recursive scan"
>    sys.exit(1)
>
> site = appname.replace("http://","").rsplit("/",1)[0]
> site = "http://" + site.lower()
> print site
>
>
> It showed the required o/p in the IDLE
> here is the o/p
>
>                lipun4u[at]gmail[dot]com
>                ------------------------
> linkscan.py
> Usage : linkscan.py <url> [options]
> e.g. : linkscan.pywww.google.com --verbose
>
>        [option]
>                --verbose/-V for verbose output
>                -r for recursive scan
>
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>  File "I:/Python26/linkscan.py", line 18, in <module>
>    sys.exit(1)
> SystemExit: 1
>
> But in command prompt the o/p is still faulty
>
>                lipun4u[at]gmail[dot]com
>                ------------------------
> I:\Python26\linkscan.py
> Usage : I:\Python26\linkscan.py <url> [options]
> e.g. : I:\Python26\linkscan.pywww.google.com --verbose
>
>        [option]
>                --verbose/-V for verbose output
>                -r for recursive scan
>
> I:\Python26>
>
> regards
> asit dhal
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