[Tutor] ctypes question
alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Mon Mar 7 19:26:15 CET 2011
"Pacific Morrowind" <pacificmorrowind at gmail.com> wrote
> but that path doesn't actually exist... replace that path with
> r"d:/temp/spssio32.dll" or with "d://temp//spssio32.dll"; otherwise
> /t will be transformed into a tab.
You've got your / and \ mixed up.
Forward slashes (/) are fine in Windows paths. It's back
slashes(\) that need escaping or raw stringing. \t is tab...
On the original ask - could it be a permissions issue?
Does your app have acess to the file?
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