Run Bash commands in Python
In Python, you can run Bash commands by using the
Here's an example of how to run a Bash command and print its output in Python:
import subprocess # Run a Bash command and capture its output output = subprocess.check_output("ls -a", shell=True) # Print the output print(output)
In this example, the
subprocess.check_output() function is used to run the Bash command "ls -a". The
shell=True argument tells
subprocess to use the shell to execute the command. The output of the command is captured in the
output variable and then printed to the console using the
You can replace "ls -a" with any other Bash command that you want to run in your Python code.
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