fabien.hall at gmail.com
Tue Mar 3 12:13:46 CET 2009
On Mar 3, 10:34 am, Chris Rebert <c... at rebertia.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 1:52 AM, Fab86 <fabien.h... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I am new to using Python and am looking at exporting some of my code
> > into a seperate document.
> > The code I am using for the pickle is:
> > file = open('testdoc.txt', 'w')
> > pickle.dump(res1.total_results_available,file)
> > pickle.dump(res2.total_results_available,file)
> > pickle.dump(res3.total_results_available,file)
> > file.close()
> > res1.total_results_available and others are simply integers which are
> > recalled from the Yahoo Search API and they print fine cmd or console
> > but when trying to pickle them they are displayed like this:
> > I14
> > .I152000000
> > .I86000
> > .
> That's the contents of testdoc.txt after your program has written data
> to it using pickle. With pickle's default settings, the version of the
> format it uses (specifically, the oldest version) looks like that
> (integers in base-10 prefixed with 'I', entries separated by a newline
> and a period). It's *NOT* intended NOR guaranteed to be human-readable
> (indeed, with alternate settings it uses a binary format which is
> /unintelligible/ to the causal viewer). For human-readable
> serialization, use the `json` module (among other possibilities).
> > But in console simply printing these attributes I get:
> > 14
> > 152000000
> > 86000
> That's normal. Pickle reads in the data from the file and deserializes
> it back into the proper Python objects.
> > Can anyone help?
> There's no problem to be solved here, just some explaining in order to
> deepen your understanding.
> Shameless self-promotion:http://blog.rebertia.com
Thank you for your reply.
Are you saying to take a look at the python json module then?
I am wanting to store the integers in a file so that I can then run it
through some software without having to edit it. Will json enable me
to do this?
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