Reading and writing files in Python can be done using the built-in open() function. The open() function takes two arguments, the file path and the mode. The mode can be ‘r’ for read-only, ‘w’ for write-only, ‘a’ for append, or ‘r+’ for read and write.
For example, to open a file for reading:
f = open(‘myfile.txt’, ‘r’)
To read the contents of the file:
contents = f.read()
To write to a file:
f = open(‘myfile.txt’, ‘w’)
To close the file: