The usage of this Python program is:
python ~/test.py test.txt
Here is the source:
import sys #Open file passed by terminal if len(sys.argv)==2: try: open(sys.argv) with open(sys.argv) as inputfile: #Iterate through lines for line in inputfile: #tokenize words=line.split() #print tokens separated by commas print(",".join(words)) inputfile.close sys.exit(0) except: sys.exit(-1) sys.exit(-1)
This is the "test.txt"
\ / input(" ") input(print("some text")) one two three other things here more stuff on this line garbage \n %20
and it should output (which it does):
\,/,input(",") input(print("some,text")) one,two,three other,things,here more,stuff,on,this,line garbage \n %20
But I'm wondering if there is some unexpected way to break it. Is there a way to nest carriage returns or something somewhere? Oh, and I realize that I can accomplish the same thing with:
But for this specific instance, I would like to separate the two steps.