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Python Python for File Systems Manipulation Creating Files and Directories

Richard Li
Richard Li
9,751 Points

Just a word of notice: Windows doesn't support os.mknod() as well

I have tried to use os.mknod() call in my windows 10 machine. It will always return

"AttributeError: module 'os' has no attribute 'mknod'

So the good old open(file,mode).close() is the go-to also on Windows