How to traverse file system in Python ? Suppose we have given below file structure in our system and we want to traverse all it’s branches completely from top to bottom ?
How does os.walk() work in python ?
OS.walk() generate the file names in a directory tree by walking the tree either top-down or bottom-up. For each directory in the tree rooted at directory top (including top itself), it yields a 3-tuple (dirpath, dirnames, filenames).
- root : Prints out directories only from what you specified.
- dirs : Prints out sub-directories from root.
- files : Prints out all files from root and directories.
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