How to add a .mat file (including the file path) to a specific location in a Python script and save this Python script using matlab?

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sachin k p
sachin k p on 26 Aug 2018
Edited: sachin k p on 2 Sep 2018
Is it possible to add a .mat file location to a specific location in a Python script and save this Python script using MATLAB

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Kenny Shu
Kenny Shu on 28 Aug 2018
You can write directly to the Python script using "fprintf":
replaceLine = 2
fid = fopen('mypyfile.py', 'r+');
for k=1:(replaceLine-1);
fgetl(fid);
end
fseek(fid, 0, 'cof');
fprintf(fid,'print("%s")','myMAT.mat')
fclose(fid)
Refer to the following link for additional information on writing data to text files:
Consider writing the MAT file location to an intermediate medium (such as a text file or database) in MATLAB and reading from that medium in Python.
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sachin k p
sachin k p on 2 Sep 2018
fgetl(fid) is not taking me to the correct line to be replaced. It seems fgetl(fid) is also reading space in between. How to remove this spaces and just read the lines. This is the output I am getting eg:
tline =
file1
tline =
''
tline =
file2
tline =
''

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