path = './file.txt' os.remove(path) import os
os.remove(path) is equal to
os.unlink(path), so how can I delete the file if it just becomes unlinked?
Also I haven't tried to yet, but does
'./file.txt' work as is or do I must provide the full path?
Or do I just need to use the
'file.txt' if it the same folder? Or they both work the same like
'./file.txt' works then what about