readlines()

readlines(limit)
limit : optional upper limit of bytes returned.
Output is a list of lines present inside the file.
fob=open('data.txt','r')
print(fob.readlines())
fob.close()
Output is here ( used the data.txt file given at file read() )
['This is first line\n', 'This is second line\n', 'This is third line\n', 'This is fourth line']
Using limit
fob=open('data.txt','r')
print(fob.readlines(10)) # ['This is first line\n']
fob.close()
We can use output as an iterator.
fob=open('data.txt','r')
my_data=(fob.readlines())
print(type(my_data)) # 
for x in my_data:
    print(x)
fob.close()
Output is here

This is first line

This is second line

This is third line

This is fourth line
writable()

File Append File Write
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