Python word count (2 files that contains words) (1 file for word count) ( last file to write inside him word+count)

2 txt files that contain words (like lyrics for example) 1 txt file that contain the words I want to count in those 2 files^ 1 txt file that will contain the words + count file1 = open(r’E:\Users\OneDrive\Desktop\python\file1.txt’,’r’) file2 = open(r’E:\Users\OneDrive\Desktop\python\file2.txt’,’r’) file3 = open(r’E:\Users\OneDrive\Desktop\python\words.txt’,’r’) file4 = open(r’E:\Users\OneDrive\Desktop\python\wordsInFiles.txt’,’w’) for word in file3: word = word.strip(“\n”) counter…

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Python word count (2 files that contains words) (1 file for word count) ( last file to write inside him word+count)

2 txt files that contain words (like lyrics for example) 1 txt file that contain the words I want to count in those 2 files^ 1 txt file that will contain the words + count file1 = open(r’E:\Users\OneDrive\Desktop\python\file1.txt’,’r’) file2 = open(r’E:\Users\OneDrive\Desktop\python\file2.txt’,’r’) file3 = open(r’E:\Users\OneDrive\Desktop\python\words.txt’,’r’) file4 = open(r’E:\Users\OneDrive\Desktop\python\wordsInFiles.txt’,’w’) for word in file3: word = word.strip(“\n”) counter…

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Why do these two DOMDocument functions behave differently?

There are two approaches to getting the outer HTML of a DOMDocument node suggested here: How to return outer html of DOMDocument? I’m interested in why they seem to treat HTML entities differently. EXAMPLE: function outerHTML($node) { $doc = new DOMDocument(); $doc->appendChild($doc->importNode($node, true)); return $doc->saveHTML(); } $html = ‘<p>ACME&rsquo;s 27&rdquo; Monitor is $200.</p>’; $dom =…

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