john at castleamber.com
Tue Feb 23 21:09:50 CET 2010
monkeys paw <monkey at joemoney.net> writes:
> I used the following code to download a PDF file, but the
> file was invalid after running the code, is there problem
> with the write operation?
> import urllib2
> url = 'http://www.whirlpoolwaterheaters.com/downloads/6510413.pdf'
> a = open('adobe.pdf', 'w')
> for line in urllib2.urlopen(url):
pdf is /not/ text. You're processing it like it's a text file (and
storing it like it's text, which on Windows is most likely a no no).
url = 'http://www.whirlpoolwaterheaters.com/downloads/6510413.pdf'
response = urllib2.urlopen(url)
fh = open('adobe.pdf', 'wb')
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