I want to open the file in an editor ..
jst like whn u give $ gedit file.txt in terminal .. i want the same to be done using python..
is it possible ???
well, there is os.system,
so you can do os.system("gedit file.txt") ,
and you can also make it detect windows, and so it will do os.system("notepad file.txt") , but another way is to make a GUI text editor in pygtk and open that, but that takes more work.
Thanks for the solution ..
actually ... the output of my application is stored in a file which is given by the user during runtime
so the path of the file is stored in a variable.
now i want to open the file using the variable which stores the complete path of the file ..
According to the above mentioned solutions .. that is possible if the file name is known to us before ...
In windows that webbrowser command openned file I put in argument in my Notepad2, configured text editor.
Thanks, I was suffering for same missing as I wanted to have program to generate answers in fast speed and then open them in text editor. That is better solution than letting the results to scroll too fast to read.
Of course it is easy to open simple tk window with ScrolledText widget, but anyway..
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