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Wayne srilyk at gmail.com
Tue Jun 16 14:08:24 CEST 2009

On Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 6:19 AM, Febin Ameer Ahsen <fe78bi at yahoo.com> wrote:

>  how to link two files in python

A few tips on getting good replies:

1) Start with a descriptive subject, such as "importing a file" or
"appending one file to another"

2) Actually ask a question and describe what you're trying to do. Without a
question mark '?' all you are doing is making a statement. Even if you're
asking a question in a non-native language, you should still be able to use
somewhat proper punctuation!

When you describe what you're trying to do, try to be as accurate as

When you say "link two files", that's very open ended. What type of files
are you trying to link? How are you trying to link them? Do you have two
text files that need to be embedded somehow? Do you have two python files,
and you want to include the code from one in the other? Do you have an audio
file you want to link with a video file?

If you can give us a good idea about what you want, you will likely get a
helpful response.

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