I have to open a file-like object in python (it’s a serial connection through /dev/) and then close it. This is done several times in several methods of my class. How I WAS doing it was opening the file in the constructor, and then closing it in the destructor. I’m getting weird errors though and I think it has to do with the garbage collector and….
I want to read a .csv file in python.
I don’t know if the file exists.
My current solution is below. It feels sloppy to me because the two separate exception tests are awkwardly juxtaposed.
Is there a prettier way to do it?
fName = “aFile.csv”
with open(fName, ‘r’) as f:
reader = csv.reader(f)
for row in ….
I have pandas DataFrame like this
X Y Z Value
0 18 55 1 70
1 18 55 2 67
2 18 57 2 75
3 18 58 1 35
4 19 54 2 70
I want to write this data to a text file that looks like this:
18 55 1 70
18 55 2 67
18 57 2 75
18 58 1 35
19 54 2 70
I have trie….
In another question, other users offered some help if I could supply the array I was having trouble with. However, I even fail at a basic I/O task, such as writing an array to a file.
Can anyone explain what kind of loop I would need to write a 4x11x14 numpy array to file?
This array consist of four 11 x 14 arrays, so I should format it with a nic….
with open(‘v.csv’, ‘w’) as csvfile:
cwriter = csv.writer(csvfile, delimiter=’ ‘, quotechar=’|’, quoting=csv.QUOTE_MINIMAL)
for w, c in p.items():
cwriter.writerow(w + c)
Here, p is a dictionary, w and c both are strings.
When I try to write to the file it reports the error:
ValueError: I/O operation on closed file.
So I’m learning Python. I am going through the lessons and ran into a problem where I had to condense a great many target.write() into a single write(), while having a “\n” between each user input variable(the object of write()).
I came up with:
nl = “\n”
lines = line1, nl, line2, nl, line3, nl
If I try to do:
I want to delete all files with the extension .bak in a directory. How can I do that in Python?
I have a very large data set and I can’t afford to read the entire data set in. So, I’m thinking of reading only one chunk of it to train but I have no idea how to do it. Any thought will be appreciated.
I’m writing a log file viewer for a web application and for that I want to paginate through the lines of the log file. The items in the file are line based with the newest item at the bottom.
So I need a tail() method that can read n lines from the bottom and support an offset. This is hat I came up with:
def tail(f, n, offset=0):
Is it possible, using Python, to merge separate PDF files?
Assuming so, I need to extend this a little further. I am hoping to loop through folders in a directory and repeat this procedure.
And I may be pushing my luck, but is it possible to exclude a page that is contained in each of the PDFs (my report generation always creates an extra blank p….