Python file modes updating
This method starts reading from the beginning of the file and if count is missing, then it tries to read as much as possible, maybe until the end of file. The tell() method tells you the current position within the file; in other words, the next read or write will occur at that many bytes from the beginning of the file.
The seek(offset[, from]) method changes the current file position.
The offset argument indicates the number of bytes to be moved.
The from argument specifies the reference position from where the bytes are to be moved.
For more functions, please refer to standard Python documentation.We would see how to use read() and write() methods to read and write files.The write() method writes any string to an open file.It is a good practice to use the close() method to close a file.
The file object provides a set of access methods to make our lives easier.
All files are contained within various directories, and Python has no problem handling these too.