The folder I want to get to is called python and is on my desktop.
I get the following error when I try to get to it
'C:UsersexpoperialedDesktopPython') SyntaxError: (unicode error) 'unicodeescape' codec can't decode bytes in position 2-3: truncated UXXXXXXXX escapeos.chdir(
You need to use a raw string, double your slashes or use forward slashes instead:
r'C:UsersexpoperialedDesktopPython' 'C:\Users\expoperialed\Desktop\Python' 'C:/Users/expoperialed/Desktop/Python'
In regular python strings, the
U character combination signals a extended Unicode codepoint escape.
You can hit any number of other issues, for any of the recognised escape sequences, such as
This syntax worked for me.
This usually happens in Python 3. One of the common reasons would be that while specifying your file path you need “\” instead of “”. As in: