To copy a file to another location in Python, you can use the
shutil module. The
shutil module provides functions for file operations, including file copying. Here’s an example of how you can copy a file to another location:
# Specify the source file path
source_file = 'path/to/source_file.txt'
# Specify the destination directory
destination_directory = 'path/to/destination_directory/'
# Copy the file to the destination
In the code above, you need to provide the
source_file path as the path of the file you want to copy. Then, specify the
destination_directory as the directory where you want to copy the file to. The
shutil.copy() function is used to perform the file copy operation.
After executing the code, the file specified by
source_file will be copied to the location specified by
Make sure to replace
'path/to/destination_directory/' with the actual file path and destination directory you want to use for the file copy.