[Tutor] os.path.walk

Alan Gauld alan.gauld at freenet.co.uk
Tue Aug 22 18:04:42 CEST 2006

> Yes, that is the right way to do it and it will work fine. Something 
> like
> class Walker(object):
>  def walk(self, base):
>    os.path.walk(base, self.callback, None)

> What happens is, when Python looks up self.callback it converts the 
> method to a "bound method".

Aargh! I should have remembered that. No need for lambdas here.

> But, if you are using a recent version of Python (2.3 or greater) 
> you should look at os.walk(), it is easier to use than 
> os.path.walk().

But I did suggest that too :-)

Alan G.

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