In the code below I have a class that handles what folder the user is in, so they can browse through multiple folders. I know that this isn't going to work right just yet.
This is the first time I've tried using classes and I don't understand them so well. So I probably mucked something up somewhere.
This code seems like it's going to work, but I get an odd error when it tries to print the contents of the folder the user types.
class GetFoldersInDir: def DirName(self,directory): os.system("cls") self.directory = directory print "Folders in %s\n" % directory for folder in os.listdir(directory): print folder return self.directory def delete(): Get = GetFoldersInDir() Get.DirName("R:/") choice = raw_input("\nType del to delete something, type a folder's name to open it.\n") if choice == "del": print "@@@@@@" elif choice in os.listdir(Get.directory): Get.DirName(choice) else: print "Folder not found." print Get.directory
WindowsError: [Error 3] The system cannot find the path specified: 'Old/*.*'
Why does it add /*.* to what I type? :?:
Edited 6 Years Ago by WildBamaBoy: n/a