I want to perform some data cleaning on all the files in the same folder as my script that fit a naming convention. The data cleaning I am fine with, but it’s just the same folder that I am struggling with. Previous working code: Current code: I get the error code No such file or […]
Under the file path D:/src, I have images folders and its subfolders which have a regular structure as follows: I want to copy all .jpg files in Subfolder b from Folder A, B, C and so on to a new folder Subfolder b in D:/dst. How can I do it in Python? Thanks. Here is what I have found from
I have a directory with a bunch of files inside: eee2314, asd3442 … and eph. I want to exclude all files that start with eph with the glob function. How can I do it?
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’)) …