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Python Python for File Systems Project Starter Review: Python for File Systems

This challenge is confusing.

I want to delete a directory

os.___("/grades/students.json")

Kenneth Love This will raise a NotADirectoryError when os.rmdir is used. Supposed to be "/grades".

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
221,976 Points

Since the question doesn't specify otherwise, we have to assume that "students.json" is an empty directory inside the "grades" directory, and is the one intended for deletion.

In that case the function should succeed.