On line 170, we use os.stat() to collect our metadata for the file. This method reaches out to the system's stat library to gather information about the supplied file. By default, this method returns an object with all of the available data gathered about each file. Because this information varies between platforms, we have selected only the most cross-platform properties for our script, as defined in the os library documentation; more information can be found at https://docs.python.org/3/library/os.html#os.stat_result. This list includes creation time, modified time, accessed time, file mode, file size, inode number, and mode. SQLite will accept the data types in string format, though we will store them in ...
Exploring the os.stat() method
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