How to get path with filename in python?

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When I tr.y to get the path of a file, it only prints the path for the file but does not print the filename with it. I am using the following code:

import os
print (os.listdir("<filename>"))

How can I get filename with it?

Feb 3 in Python by Khushi
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There is no direct way to get path with filename. You will have to join the path with the filename. Something like this:

output = [os.path.join(path/to/file, p) for p in os.listdir(<path/to/file>)]
answered Feb 3 by Omkar
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