python example - What is the difference between os.path.basename()and os.path.dirname()?
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Both functions use the
os.path.split(path) function to split the pathname
path into a pair;
os.path.dirname(path) function returns the head of the path.
E.g.: The dirname of
os.path.basename(path) function returns the tail of the path.
E.g.: The basename of
I'm new in Python programming and while studying I had this doubt about this two functions. I already searched for answers and read some links, but didn't understood. Can anyone give some simple explanation?
I reproduced the original result on my computer using g++ on a Mac.
Adding the following statements to the C++ version just before the
while loop brings it inline with the Python version:
std::ios_base::sync_with_stdio(false); char buffer; std::cin.rdbuf()->pubsetbuf(buffer, sizeof(buffer));
sync_with_stdio improved speed to 2 seconds, and setting a larger buffer brought it down to 1 second.