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I'm trying to write this

print dt(), socket.gethostname(), " at ", getIP('eth0')
print "---------------------------------------------------------"
print "Temperature: ", CPU_temp,"F"
print "CPU Usage: ", CPU_Usage
print "Current RAM usage is: ", RAM_used, " Used. Of ", RAM_total, " RAM free is ", RAM_free
print "Current size of disk is: ", DISK_total, " Size of disk used ", DISK_used, " size of disk remaining ", DISK_free

using with open

with open("/home/pi/Desktop/stats.txt", "a") as log:
    data = write_stats()
    log.write(str(data))

but can only write it to a console window

closed as off-topic by Ingo, Milliways, Dmitry Grigoryev, Ghanima Jan 7 at 22:56

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Use a function that accepts multiple parameters:

def log(*params):
    with open("/home/pi/Desktop/stats.txt", "a") as log:
        for param in params:
            log.write(str(param)+' ')
        log.write('\n')

log('a','b','c','d')
log('e',1,'f')
log('g',1.1)

Resulting file:

a b c d 
e 1 f 
g 1.1
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Simplest solution without rewriting your code is to direct stdout to a file with bash redirection >.

python3 mypythonprogramwithprint.py > /home/pi/desktop/stats.txt

If you want to write the file in python you'll need to change all of those print calls into log.write(...) calls.

  • how when I just tried it on the first one I get a function takes exactly 1 argument (4 given) ?? – bckelley Jan 7 at 0:57

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