Posted on July 31, 2019 at 3:52 pm
To run a shell command and capture the output in Python, use:
import subprocess batcmd="ls" result = subprocess.check_output(batcmd, shell=True)
With “shell=True” you will get the same behavior as os.system().
To capture the strerr use:
result = subprocess.check_output([batcmd], stderr=subprocess.STDOUT)
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