In Python, you can check whether a file exists without raising any exceptions by using the
os.path module. The
os.path module provides several functions for working with file paths, including the
exists() function, which returns
True if a file exists at the given path, and
Here’s an example of how to use the
os.path.exists() function to check if a file exists:
file_path = ‘/path/to/file.txt’
print(‘File does not exist’)
In this example, we first import the
os module, and then define the path to the file we want to check in the
file_path variable. We then use the
os.path.exists() function to check if the file exists at the given path. If it does, we print a message saying that the file exists. If it doesn’t, we print a message saying that the file does not exist.
Using this method, you can check for the existence of a file in Python without raising any exceptions.
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