I am using os.walk to identify paths in a generic source directory (SRC) that contain any strings in my_list: And let’s say that print(source_path) gives the following: My goal is to shutil.move my source_path’s, but since, for example, moving /User/dir_1/bird_files/ and then trying to move /User/dir_1/bird_files/bird_a_files/ will result in a FileNotFound Error, I want to filter my source_path’s to include
I have a python script that read from source folder and copy existing files into the specified destination using shutil package. I want to show a progress bar while copying these files so i tried to import tqdm package, but when i try to run the program it crash and display the below error: for […]
I have a small problem. I am trying to move 20×500 images in 20 predefined folders. I can make this work with just 500 random images and I have identified the problem; I draw 500 random files, move them and then it tries doing it again but since it doesn’t update the random list, it […]
I had 120 files in my source folder which I need to move to a new directory (destination). The destination is made in the function I wrote, based on the string in the filename. For example, here is the function I used. In the function, I am creating the destination folders, based on the ID’s derived from the files list.
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