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Python writing CSV file how to set filepath

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Dear all,

I'm writing a CSV file using the below code block. How do I set the filepath where I'd like to file to be saved?

import csv

with open('output.csv', 'wb') as csvFile:
    outputwriter = csv.writer(csvFile, delimiter=',')

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The first parameter to open is the file name and path:

with open(r'c:\some\path\somefilename.csv', 'wb') as csvFile:
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