Shutil copytree overwrite a file
Shutil to move files
Note that if the current file position of the fsrc object is not 0, only the contents from the current file position to the end of the file will be copied. However, this functionality is not available on all platforms. The file contents, owner, and group are unaffected. Otherwise, src is copied using shutil. If you've already opened a file to read from and a file to write to using the built-in open function, then you would use shutil. If no cmd would be called, return None. Interestingly, the copyfile method utilizes the copyfileobj method in its implementation whereas the copy method makes use of the copyfile and copymode functions in turn. The destination directory, named by dst, must not already exist; it will be created as well as missing parent directories. Each element of the returned sequence is a tuple name, extensions, description. The destination directory, named by dst, must not already exist; it will be created as well as missing parent directories. Please see copystat for more information about platform support for modifying symbolic link metadata. If onerror is provided, it must be a callable that accepts three parameters: function, path, and excinfo. On platforms where some or all of this functionality is unavailable, when asked to modify a symbolic link, copystat will copy everything it can. If copymode cannot modify symbolic links on the local platform, and it is asked to do so, it will do nothing and return.
At least one argument is required. However, the default behavior is to read the entire file in one go. Since copytree is called recursively, the ignore callable will be called once for each directory that is copied.
Note Not all platforms provide the ability to examine and modify symbolic links. It assumes an optional argument the buffer size which you can use to supply the buffer length.
It uses the onerror callback to clear the readonly bit and reattempt the remove. This functionality is not available on every platform; please see copystat for more information.
However, this functionality is not available on all platforms. The verbose argument is unused and deprecated. Each element of the returned sequence is a tuple name, description. By default shutil provides these formats: zip: ZIP file if the zlib module is available.
We just call that method, and the file is copied. By default shutil provides these formats: zip: ZIP file if the zlib module or external zip executable is available.
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