[Tutor] Avoiding the use of files to store intermediate results
Hugo González Monteverde
hugonz-lists at h-lab.net
Tue Apr 25 05:09:48 CEST 2006
Remember duck typing. An object just needs to look like a file in order
to be used like one.
Guido's time machine has already forseen your problem. Take a look at
the StringIO module. It allows you to use a string where you would
normally pass a file object.
Hope that helps,
> While this works, I find it "messy", as it creates some intermediate
> files. I was wondering if there was a better way to do things all in
> memory, in an OS independent way.
> [Note that the complete application is approximately 665 lines long
> ... a bit too much
> to post all here :-)]
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