Here little cleaner form for slate's code (which need fi.close() in the end of for) Actually the names.txt would be better to open same way, but I think it is OK, as garbage collection surely gets it from inside the stripping generator expression (i.e. it will be automatically freed also).
for filename in (line.strip() for line in open("names.txt")):
with open(filename) as fi:
# now you can read the file and do not need to close it manually
I have a file called name.txt , in that file I have 3 lines with other filenames (each on a separate line), like:
All these filenames also exists as files. I want to read whats in all the files and save the content from each file to a separate variable. (example save the content from filename1.txt as a, the content from filename 2 as b and the content from filename 3 as c.)
filenames = list(x.strip() for x in list(open("name.txt", "rb")) if x.strip())
L = [(n, open(n, "rb").read()) for n in filenames]
return [(x, [int(z) for z in y.strip().split()]) for (x,y) in L]
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