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 create objects from file
I have created a class student and a constructor where there are 4 arguments ie, name and 3 subjects.
I have created an object with name and marks of 3 subjects. It worked fine and gave desired output.
Now i want to read students name and marks from a txt file. I open and read txt file but i am unable to break the line to name and marks. Can anyone solve this problem
my txt file info is
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Use the split method to break the lines apart: 'first,last,60,40,80'.split(',') will give you the list ['first', 'last', '60', '40', '80']. Then you can use int() to convert the last three items to integer: int('60') will give you 60.
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