Replace and inserting strings within .txt files with the use of regex
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Tue Aug 10 00:43:17 CEST 2010
> File "D:\convert.py", line 34
> SyntaxError: Non-ASCII character '\xce' in file D:\convert.py on line
> 34, but no
> encoding declared; see http://www.python.org/peps/pep-0263.html for
> What does it refering too? what character cannot be identified?
> Line 34 is:
> src_data = src_data.replace( '</body>', '<br><br><center><h4><font
> color=green> Αριθμός Επισκεπτών: %(counter)d </body>' )
Didn't you say that you're using Python 2.7 now? The default file
encoding will be ASCII, but your file isn't ASCII, it contains Greek
letters. Add the encoding line:
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
and check that the file is saved as UTF-8.
> for currdir, files, dirs in os.walk('test'):
> for f in files:
> if f.lower().endswith("php"):
> in the above lines
> should i state os.walk('test') or os.walk('d:\test') ?
The path 'test' is relative to the current working directory. Is that
D:\ for your script? If not, then it won't find the (correct) folder.
It might be better to use an absolute path instead. You could use
(note that I've made it a raw string because it contains a backslash
which I want treated as a literal backslash) or:
(Windows should accept a slash as well as of a backslash.)
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