Opposite of split

News123 news1234 at free.fr
Tue Aug 17 21:14:34 CEST 2010

On 08/17/2010 05:46 PM, Grant Edwards wrote:
> On 2010-08-17, Neil Cerutti <neilc at norwich.edu> wrote:
>> On 2010-08-17, Stefan Schwarzer <sschwarzer at sschwarzer.net> wrote:
>>> Hi Alex,
>>> On 2010-08-16 18:44, Alex van der Spek wrote:
>>>> Anybody catches any other ways to improve my program (attached), you are 
>>>> most welcome. Help me learn, that is one of the objectives of this 
>>>> newsgroup, right? Or is it all about exchanging the next to impossible 
>>>> solution to the never to happen unreal world problems?
>>> I don't know what a concordance table is, and I haven't
>>> looked a lot into your program, but anyway here are some
>>> things I noticed at a glance:
>>> | #! usr/bin/env python
>>> | # Merge log files to autolog file
>>> | import os
>>> | import fileinput
>>> | #top='C:\\Documents and Settings\\avanderspek\\My Documents\\CiDRAdata\\Syncrude\\CSL\\August2010'
>>> | top='C:\\Users\\ZDoor\\Documents\\CiDRA\\Syncrude\CSL\\August2010'
>>> If you have backslashes in strings, you might want to use "raw
>>> strings". Instead of "c:\\Users\\ZDoor" you'd write
>>> r"c:\Users\ZDoor" (notice the r in front of the string).
>> That's good general advice. But in the specific case of file
>> paths, using '/' as the separator is supported, and somewhat
>> preferable.
> Unless you're going to be passing them to cmd.exe or other utilities
> via subprocess/popen.
in that case you could use os.path.normpath() prior to passing it to an
external program und use slashies internally.

A little less performant, but in my opinion nicer typing.

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