[Tutor] Move all files to top-level directory
dotancohen at gmail.com
Tue Apr 13 09:14:46 CEST 2010
> from the docs:
> os.rename(src, dst)¶Rename the file or directory src to dst. If dst is a
> directory, OSError will be raised.
I did read that, thank you. That is why I asked how to override, as I
understood that Python was functioning exactly as intended.
> It seems what you wan to
> do is os.rename(toMove, currentDir+f)
Well, actually, that would be currentDir+"/"+f but you are correct! I
was thinking too much in terms of the unix mv command, which adds that
automatically. Thank you!
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