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Posted on 2009-04-09
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I need to create a box which lists all directories (no files) on a local and remote computer which has check boxes next to each directory.
This box will be embedded in a web page which has an existing form which one submit button, which takes the information from both the python box and the html form.

Is this possible?  
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hankknight earned 1500 total points
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Yes you can accomplish your objective with Python and HTML.

With Python Use
      os.listdir()
to get a list of files and directories, then use
      if os.path.isdir()
to make sure you only output directories.
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