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Re[4]: bugs at iter file() ?

dw
>> Yep, simple, but works. Thanks, now I should know to use
'b' all the time!


TP> Nope, only for binary files. If you open a text file
in binary mode
TP> on Windows, you get other problems (all your lines
will end with
TP> '\r\n' instead of the almost-always-desired plain
'\n').

Thanks, i'll keep that in mind.

TP> Please keep followups on comp.lang.pytho n, BTW. I can
rarely make
TP> time for individual replies, and other people may have
more time to
TP> explain the Windows quirks here.

Ups, sorry, didn't realized this mailing list's Reply-To
is
your personal mail :)

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