How do I read a file on only read only mode in python?

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How do I read  a file on only read only mode in python?
Jun 20 in Python by David
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Hey @David! TRy something like this:

campaign_data = open('bank-data.csv','r')
i = 0;
joblist = set() # empty set to store list of jobs
answered Jun 20 by Jason

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