I have a function that returns a string. The string contains carriage returns and newlines (0x0D, 0x0A). However when I write to a file it contains only the new line feeds. Is there a way to get the output to include the carriage return and the newline?
msg = function(arg1, arg2, arg3) f = open('/tmp/output', 'w') f.write(msg) f.close()
If you want to write bytes then you should open the file in binary mode.
f = open('/tmp/output', 'wb')
Write bytes and Create the file if not exists:
f = open('./put/your/path/here.png', 'wb') f.write(data) f.close()
wb means open the file in
write binary mode.
Here is just a "cleaner" version with
with open(filename, 'wb') as f: f.write(filebytes)