Python provides a inbuilt way to read and write files. User dont need to import or add new libraries.
file_object = open(filename, mode) . . file_operations . . file_object.close()
‘r’ : Opens a file for reading only.
‘w’ : Opens a file for only writing
‘a’ : Opens a file for appending; any data written to the file is automatically
added to the end.
‘r+’: Opens a file for both reading and writing.
Read Text from File
file = open('hello.txt','r') str = file.read() print(str) file.close()
Write Text to File
file = open("newfile.txt", "w") file.write("First Line\n") file.write("Second Line\n") file.write("One More Line\n") file.close()