relative paths connect using python

jladasky at itu.edu jladasky at itu.edu
Mon Mar 20 13:38:59 EDT 2017


On Monday, March 20, 2017 at 10:05:33 AM UTC-7, Xristos Xristoou wrote:
> i have a little confused problem. i want to store some paths from images using python 2.7 in windows 10.
> i have some relative path like this var1='C:/my/store/path' and in the final folder where in my example is the name 'path' inside that folder i have some images like this :
> -path
>    -myimage_1010_im.png
>    -myimage_1010_im1.png
>    -myimage_1010_im3.png
>    -myimage_1020_im.png
>    -myimage_1020_im1.png
> can i connect my relative path like var1 with the images using only the number of the mid name of images and finaly i take the full original path like this var1='C:/my/store/path/myimage_1010_im.png' ?
> i try something but not work 
> import os
> cwd = os.getcwd()
> path = os.path.join(cwd, "my_file")

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