Sorting image files with Python (3)


Last time, I have finished generating the file of the deletion target list. The contents of the file look like this.





There is delete.txt in each year / month (yyyymm) folder that contains the full path of the file you want to delete line by line, so just read this and delete it. Since it is still in the testing stage, I will write the process for the test folder.

Write in Python 3

Python : 3.8.3

import glob
import os

if __name__ == "__main__":
    files = glob.glob("C:\\tmp\\**\\delete.txt", recursive=True)

    for file in files:
        with open(file, "r") as f:
            for line in f.readlines():

Mr. glob. Why does'\ n'stick at the end when reading with readlines ()? (A little disturbing)

Write in C

C# : 8.0(Microsoft Visual Studio Community 2019)


using System;
using System.IO;
using System.Text;

namespace DeleteAll
    class DeleteAll
        static void Main()
            var files = Directory.GetFiles(@"c:\tmp", "delete.txt", SearchOption.AllDirectories);

            foreach (var file in files)
                foreach (var line in File.ReadAllLines(file, Encoding.GetEncoding("Shift-JIS")))

I don't usually think about it, but when I put it side by side with Python, the parentheses seemed to be very disturbing ...

Try writing in VB6 (using FileSystemObject)

VisualBasic : 6.0


Option Explicit

Private colFiles As Collection

Public Sub Main()
    Set colFiles = New Collection
    Call GetFiles("C:\TMP\")
    Call DeleteFiles(colFiles)
End Sub

Private Sub GetFiles(ByVal strSearchPath As String)
    Dim FSO As FileSystemObject

    Set FSO = New FileSystemObject

    Dim objSubFolder As Folder

    For Each objSubFolder In FSO.GetFolder(strSearchPath).SubFolders
        Call GetFiles(objSubFolder.Path)

    Dim objFile As file

    For Each objFile In FSO.GetFolder(strSearchPath).files
        If LCase(objFile.Name) = "delete.txt" Then
            Call colFiles.Add(FSO.BuildPath(strSearchPath, objFile.Name))
        End If
End Sub

Private Sub DeleteFiles(ByVal files As Collection)
    Dim FSO As FileSystemObject
    Dim vntFile As Variant

    Set FSO = New FileSystemObject

    For Each vntFile In files
        With FSO.GetFile(vntFile).OpenAsTextStream(ForReading)
                Kill .ReadLine()
            Loop Until (.AtEndOfLine())
        End With
End Sub

In the old-fashioned Hungarian notation. It is very troublesome to implement recursive search by yourself. With this, it is important to bind without using FileSystemObject. The variable declaration in GetFiles () is written to declare Dim just before it appears, but in the old VB6 source, it is customary to write the declaration collectively at the beginning of the method. I think it's the style of people who flowed C-> VB, but I often see shit code that has 500 lines per method only for sources written like that.

Try writing in a batch file


@echo off
cd \tmp
for /f "usebackq" %%i in (`dir /s /b delete.txt`) do (for /f %%j in (%%i) do del %%j)

How simple a batch file is! Instead, the format is a bit esoteric.


This completes this case. Now, what are we going to do next?

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