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Writing multiple lists across multiple lines in .txt file


By : Batty
Date : September 15 2020, 03:00 AM
wish helps you The incorrect factor in your approach, that is making yur task cumbersome, is having hardcoded, in program, variables for each person in your data.
The people names are data - and as such, they should not be set to variable names. If you have 30 variables, the only way to go through all of them is to repeat code for each (although the use of functions could minimize the amount of repeated code). (And yes, there are automated ways of walking through all the variables, but this is not basic programing, nor the best approach).
code :
comments = {}
comments["jo"] = ...
comments["adam"] = ...

...
output = open("output.txt", "wt")
for name, comment_list in comments.items():
    for comment in comment_list:
         # ensure a comment have no line breaks:
         comment = comment.replace("\n", " ")
         output.write(f"{name} - {comment}\n")
output.close()


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Saving multiple dictionaries-of-lists from multiple files to a dictionary, then writing to file


By : pooja
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue N files of with dictionaries-of-lists, saved as a.json, b.json... , Loading from string:
code :
>>> with open("a.json", "r") as f:
...     json.loads(f.read())
... 
{u'Player2': 4, u'Player3': 10, u'Player1': 3}
>>> 
>>> with open("a.json", "r") as f:
...     json.load(f)
... 
{u'Player2': 4, u'Player3': 10, u'Player1': 3}
>>> 

Writing multiple lines to a file


By : Maicon Roberto Corre
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue Instead of closing, which does this implictly, you call flush() on the FileWriter object. That keeps it open, but forces the data which has been buffered to be written to the file. Don't forget to close() when you are done writing though.

Writing multiple lines in a file in C


By : The Ack
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you , You replace existing so add

Writing multiple lines to a file in TCL


By : Rye
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? I was using the wrong mode for opening the file: w+ Open the file for reading and writing. Truncate it if it exists. If it does not exist, create a new file.
I should have been using either of the following:

writing multiple lines to a file using multiple fprintf statement vs con-cat multiple lines and then write to a file usi


By : Dean Holt
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you One of the properties of stdio streams, especially when connected to files, is that they buffer input and output and then write it in large pieces. Thus, unless you've interfered with the buffering of fp, you automatically get I/O behavior similar to approach 2 from approach 1.
Furthermore, you can control the size of the buffer via setvbuf(), so if you want a 10000-byte buffer then you can ensure that, allowing an approach 1 solution with I/O semantics even more similar to your approach 2. Unless you want the concatenated string for more than just printing it, there's pretty much no reason to prefer approach 2 when approach 1 is feasible.
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