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Python Programming On Win32 by Mark Hammond, Andy Robinson

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Conclusion

In this chapter, we have looked that the various techniques we can use in Python for working with files and processes. We discussed how Python’s standard library has a number of modules for working with files and processes in a portable way, and a few of the problems you may encounter when using these modules.

We also discussed the native Windows API for dealing with these objects and the Python interface to this API. We saw how Python can be used to work with and exploit the Windows specific features of files and processes.

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