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Using Python 3.10.6 trying to pass an argument to a command line opened via, I’ve tried toggling shell=True/False, as well as passing the second argument with the input variable, no luck. here is the relevant code: [‘cmd’, ‘echo hello’] Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.19044.1889] (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:UsersoakneDesktopDiscordBots> So it seems to recognize both the arguments, its

Executing shell commands in Python

I’m working in Linux/Python 3 and am creating some small scripts which consist of executing some commands inside of Python. Example: Pinging a server Output: This is working OK but I donĀ“t need to print everything. How can I get only the first line of the output? Answer You can use a subprocess in python3 to discard the output to

execute os command from python that asks for confirmation

Using python import os and os.system(“create-object “+ more-specifications), I created a few hundreds of objects, which I now need to delete. I can list the objects created, including their unique id. To delete just one of them, on the command line, I issue which will ask for confirmation with to which I then respont with y. I can generate a

Problem with running shell script echo in Python

I am trying to run this shell script in Python: So in Python3 I do this: So I expect when I run the python code on Linux or Unix I get: But instead I get: What am I doing wrong? Answer There are two problem with this: This is not how you set a variable in a shell. Instead, the

Parse multiple line CSV using PySpark , Python or Shell

Input (2 columns) : Note: Harry and Prof. does not have starting quotes Output (2 columns) What I tried (PySpark) ? Issue The above code worked fine where multiline had both start and end double quotes (For eg: row starting with Ronald) But it didnt work with rows where we only have end quotes but no start quotes (like Harry