In python, we can use python pathlib package to get file path or traverse files in a directory. Here are tutorials:
Python pathlib: Traverse Files in a Directory – Python Tutorial
Python pathlib Guide: Get File Path Information
However, the file path is ‘PosixPath’, we can not process it as a python string. Here is an example:
def getFiles(path='./datax/500ms', filetype = ".bin"): files = pathlib.Path(path).glob('*'+filetype) return files files = getFiles() for fx in files: fx = fx.split("-")
Run this code, you may get this error:
AttributeError: ‘PosixPath’ object has no attribute ‘split’
How to fix this AttributeError?
It is easy to fix this error, we can convert PosixPath to python string.
Here is an example:
for fx in files: fx = str(fx) fx = fx.split("-")
Then, you will find this error is fixed.