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Boas !

Ando a dar cabeçadas numa cena supostamente simples que nem com o google chego lá. Ideia, correr um comando de sistema o ping por exemplo e guardar todo o output num txt. Eu pensei fazer o seguinte:

import os
pingreq = os.system("ping sapo.pt")

file = open("output.txt", "w")
for line in pingreq:


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Tens de usar o subprocess

import subprocess

proc = subprocess.Popen(["ping", "sapo.pt"], stdout=subprocess.PIPE, shell=True)
(out, err) = proc.communicate()
print "output:", out
print "erros:", err

Ficas com o stdout na variável out e o stderr no err.


10 REM Generation 48K!
20 INPUT "URL:", A$
30 IF A$(1 TO 4) = "HTTP" THEN PRINT "400 Bad Request": GOTO 50
40 PRINT "404 Not Found"
50 PRINT "./M6 @ Portugal a Programar."


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