Im a beginner at Python and I have written a program consisting of three functions and now Im stuck when I need to 'call' on them at the bottom of the program. In the 1st and 2nd functions I get some information and saving it to a file, but the important thing is what I get from fcn3. Fcn2 needs the result from fcn1 and fcn3 needs the result from fcn2. So they all rely on each other(thats why im writing them to a new file, to save and to reuse). It looks something like this:
def fcn1(): do some stuff write result to a new file def fcn2(): do some stuff write result to a new file def fcn3(): do some stuff write result to a new file return result #___________main___________ f=open('filename','r' fread=f.readlines() for f in fread fcn1() fcn2() res=fcn3() res
All the functions seem to work, but not when I run the entire program called prob.py. I have several files I want to go through and that I need f to open. How do I automate things? Each filename has same directory, but differences in an ID nr.
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