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Unformatted text preview: vent the overwriWng data in an exisWng file, test to see if the file exists or not. import os.path if os.path.isfile(“names.txt”): print(“names.txt exists”) •  The isfile(“names.txt”) returns True if the file names.txt exists in the current directory, and False otherwise. CMPUT174  ­ ­ References & Files 9 3 13 ­10 ­21 Wri9ng to a File • You can write to a file by using the write func9on. outfile.write(“Jupiter \n”) outfile.write(“Nepture\n”) outfile.write(“Pluto\n”) • The write func9on does not insert a newline character automa9cally. CMPUT174  ­ ­ References & Files 10 Wri9ng Numeric Data • Numbers must be converted to strings before they can be wriben into a file outfile.open(“Numbers.txt”,”w”) for i in range(1,10): outfile.write(str(i)+"\n") NOTE: The number has been converted into a string before wriWng to the file. CMPUT174  ­ ­ References & Files 11 Example of reading and wri9ng ...
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