[Tutor] os.path.exists(path) returns false when the path actually exists!
Hugo González Monteverde
hugonz-lists at h-lab.net
Sat Jul 28 09:56:07 CEST 2007
> Adam wrote:
> From the library documentation:
> Return True if path refers to an existing path. Returns False for
> broken symbolic links. On some platforms, this function may return
> False if permission is not granted to execute os.stat() on the
> requested file, even if the path physically exists.
> So the better question is, does is this file a broken symbolic link or
> can os.stat() be executed on it?
> How do I find if it is a broken symbolic link in Windows 2000 ?
> os.stat(path) returns an OSError saying that there is no such file or
Just to check, try to do away with the backslashes. Windows will accept
a path with forward slashes just as well:
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