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Python Python for File Systems Navigation Review: Paths

get to the examples/python/ directory inside of the current directory:

Please point me in the right direction I'm stuck and I dont want to quit.

I'll do that. Thank You!

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,233 Points

If you're having trouble with a quiz, you can always hit the "Skip Quiz" button to move on (postponing, not quitting). Then later, you can come back and revisit the quz.

And for this question, building a path is just a matter of supplying the path components (the nested directory names) as individual arguments to the function.

I hope that helps.

Yes it helped a great deal it also encouraged me to dig deeper into the understanding of how file programs works I really like learning this python stuff its awesome, thank you for your help!