How to copy files
To copy a file in Python, you can use the built-in "shutil" module. Here is an example of how to copy a file:
import shutil # Copy the file "original.txt" to "copy.txt" shutil.copy("original.txt", "copy.txt")
You can also use the "os" module to copy files in Python. Here is an example of how to do that:
import os # Open the original file and the copy file in read and write mode with open("original.txt", "r") as original_file, open("copy.txt", "w") as copy_file: # Read the contents of the original file contents = original_file.read() # Write the contents to the copy file copy_file.write(contents)
Both of these methods will create a new file called "copy.txt" that is a copy of the original file "original.txt".