os.open() in Python is used to open the specified file path and set various flags according to the specified flags and its mode in accordance with the specified mode.
This method returns the file descriptor for the newly opened file. The returned file descriptor is not inherited.
Syntax: os.open (path, flags, mode = 0o777, *, dir_fd = None)
Path: A path-like object representing the file system path. This is the file path to be opened.
A path-like object is a string or bytes object which represents a path.
flags: This parameter specify the flags to be set for newly opened file.
mode (optional): A numeric value representing the mode of the newly opened file. The default value of this parameter is 0o777 (octal).
dir_fd (optional): A file descriptor referring to a directory.
Return Type: This method returns a file descriptor for newly opened file.
os.open () to open the file path
File path opened successfully. String written to the file descriptor. String read from file descriptor: GeeksforGeeks: A computer science portal for geeks. File descriptor closed successfully.