Re: [Tutor] Writing BINARY-CONTENT
magnus at thinkware.se
Mon Nov 24 16:43:36 EST 2003
Stefan Dieck <dieck.s at dsoftware.de> wrote:
> If I want write 256 "different" bytes. Python put 257 bytes to the File.
> On reading, the lenght is 256 bytes to work with. (-1)
> It seems like the size I expect, but the file on the disk has more bytes.
> (not really good for binaries)
Really? This is Python 2.3.2 on Win NT:
>>> f = file('x.bin', 'wb')
>>> import os
03-11-24 22:37 25 x.bin
How are you writing data to the file? Can you show some code?
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