Fix Python – Python glob multiple filetypes

Is there a better way to use glob.glob in python to get a list of multiple file types such as .txt, .mdown, and .markdown? Right now I have something like this:
projectFiles1 = glob.glob( os.path.join(projectDir, ‘*.txt’) )
projectFiles2 = glob.glob( os.path.join(projectDir, ‘*.mdown’) )
projectFiles3 = glob.glob( os.path.join(projectDir, ‘*.mark….

Fix Python – How are glob.glob()’s return values ordered?

I have written the following Python code:
#!/usr/bin/python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

import os, glob

path = ‘/home/my/path’
for infile in glob.glob( os.path.join(path, ‘*.png’) ):
print infile

Now I get this:
/home/my/path/output0352.png
/home/my/path/output0005.png
/home/my/path/output0137.png
/home/my/path/output0202.png
/home/my/path/outp….

Fix Python – Get a filtered list of files in a directory

I am trying to get a list of files in a directory using Python, but I do not want a list of ALL the files.
What I essentially want is the ability to do something like the following but using Python and not executing ls.
ls 145592*.jpg

If there is no built-in method for this, I am currently thinking of writing a for loop to iterate through the res….

Fix Python – How to use glob() to find files recursively?

This is what I have:
glob(os.path.join(‘src’,’*.c’))

but I want to search the subfolders of src. Something like this would work:
glob(os.path.join(‘src’,’*.c’))
glob(os.path.join(‘src’,’*’,’*.c’))
glob(os.path.join(‘src’,’*’,’*’,’*.c’))
glob(os.path.join(‘src’,’*’,’*’,’*’,’*.c’))

But this is obviously limited and clunky.
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