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Better way to searching.

my code is here:

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def Globing(self, dir, extension, nop, inputDepth):
'It creates a basic glob function that needed in other classes'
self.exop = '*.'
self.opr = '*/'
self.counter = ''
self.files = []
self.path = ''
for i in range (inputDepth):
self.path = dir + self.opr * i + self.exop * nop + extension
#like this: */*/*.*.mpg
self.counter = glob.glob(self.path)
self.files += self.counter
return self.files
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Is there any better and faster way to do this?
Dec 14 '07 #1
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thanks, I'll try it.
Dec 14 '07 #2

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