Python console's workspace path
On Tuesday, September 5, 2017 at 7:58:23 PM UTC+5:30, Andrej Viktorovich wrote:
> I run Python 3.6 console under windows 10. Where is default console directory?
> I run script:
> >>> tf = open ("aaa.txt", "w")
> >>> tf.write("aaaa %s" % 123)
> >>> tf.close()
> Where file aaa.txt will be created? Can I change default work space location? How?
>>> from os import getcwd
You'll see where/what python takes as cwd (current working directory)
There are other things on windows like rt-click the python executable icon
on your desktop and adjust the "open in..." to whatever you want
But I dont know too much about this to say ?