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Week_13_file_IO - ) dataout.write(Some text \ n)...

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CMPT120 J. Ye File Output and Input (Week 13) File output File input CMPT120 J. Ye Manipulate information in the computer’s memory vs. Manipulate information in a file A file is a named sequence of bits that is stored on an external storage device, such as a hard drive, a USB key, a CD, etc. A text file stores a sequence of characters and can be edited with a text editor. 2 Text Files
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CMPT120 J. Ye Sending information to screen vs. sending information to files Writing data to a text file: dataout = file(“sample.txt”, “w”) (or: dataout = open(“sample.txt”, “w”)
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Unformatted text preview: ) dataout.write(Some text \ n) dataout.write(that is written to a file \ n) dataout.close() (See writing_file.py for explanation about the above statements.) Test the code in Figure 7.3 in the Study Guide (Page 149) 3 Writing to files We can also read data from an existing file: datain = file(sample.txt, r) (or: datain = open(sample.txt, r) ) data = datain.read() # read() returns entire file as a string print(data) datain.close() Test the above code 4 Reading from files...
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