Python | Files and folders exercise | Collate monthly shopping lists from different files

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Software ==> Python  (25 exercises)
Version ==> Latest version
Topic ==> Files and folders  (3 exercises)
Level ==> Harder than average
Classroom ==> Python programming
Online ==> Python programming
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The folder above contains the following files:

Shopping files

There are 4 CSV files containing records of how much you spent in the first 4 months, and one text file you want to ignore.

 

Here for example is what the first file (April.csv) contains:

April shopping data

What you spent in April.

 

Write a program to loop over all of the CSV files in the folder.  Your program should open each CSV file in turn, read in its lines (missing out the header row) and then add them to a list.

List of shopping

Finally your program should print out the accumulated contents (it's acceptable to show the months in alphabetical order).

 

To store each month name, you'll have to first extract it from the path for each CSV file.

When you've got this working, close your program down!

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