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write array into txt python

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hello , i am waay new to python and programming.I'm trying to write program that stores username and password in txt but I don't seem to get what my problem is.

userName=str(raw_input ("Username :"))
passWord=str(raw_input("password : "))

stuData={}


stuData[userName ]=[passWord]
print stuData

f=open("student.txt","a")
f=write(stuData)
f=close()
May 5 '17 #1
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  1. f=write(stuData)
  2. f=close() 
are not valid Python statements, see https://www.tutorialspoint.com/pytho...n_files_io.htm
You can only write text to a text file, not a dictionary, so one way is to write the user name, then the password separately, using a \n (newline) as deliminator.
May 5 '17 #2

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