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Pass variables to system command

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Hi!, im new here (obviously) but also to python and/or programming.
I am looking for information on how to use variables through start>run on windows.
My script, that works, is as follows

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  1. import glob, os
  2. filetype = raw_input("File type ['*.*, *.txt']:")
  3. directory = raw_input("Directory ['C:\Windows']:")
  4. out = open("list.txt", "w")
  5. files = glob.glob(os.path.join(directory, filetype))
  6. for filename in files:
  7.     out.write(filename + '\n')
but as i said before, i want to be able run the program when i am not at the computer, by using a task schedular for example, where the variables will need to be stated in the command.
Thanks for any help :D
Sep 10 '05 #1
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Is this possible?
Sep 23 '05 #2

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