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My first thing would be to stop using all of the extension of 2 or so files and using the extension of the full path filename itself instead. That would make the code much cleaner. Use the filesystem to figure out where the file is and then create a file object to get the file’s contents.
Additionally, the if not exists logic is useless, you already have an exit command to only run the code if the file exists. There is no point in adding that to the code as well, just do the code that is useful after the if exists.
You need to a lot of extra code that is unnecessary and is just slowing down the code for no reason.
Also, writing code the way you are that kind of forces you to use a lot of if else and multiple if.
Here is a better way to do it:
from os.path import basename
from os import listdir
from os.path import isfile
from os.path import join

def scanfiles(path):
file_list = []
for entry in listdir(path):
if not isfile(join(path, entry)):
file_list.append(join(path, entry))
return file_list

def get_files(path):
file_list = scanfiles(path)
if not len(file_list):
return []
if path == “/”:
return file_list
return file_list[0:len(path)]

Here are the changes you can make to the code:
import os
import os.path

path = “C:/Users/Administrator/Desktop/BACH”
file_list = []

for entry in listdir(path):
if entry.endswith(“.exe”):

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.Common internal experiences and perceptions of myocardial infarction among people with diabetes.
To explore the internal experiences and perceptions of individuals with diabetes who have had a myocardial infarction. Qualitative interview. Three Danish counties. A purposive sample of 14 individuals with diabetes in the first year following myocardial infarction. Data were analysed using content analysis. Three main themes were identified: ‘feelings of normalcy’, ‘a considerable change in life’ and ‘a need to get my body back’. Experiences and perceptions of participants differed in several aspects. However, the participants all had diabetes, which was perceived as a ‘heavy burden’. Myocardial infarction was experienced as a’severe and scary’ life event. Many participants felt ‘lonely and exposed’ because others did not share their experience. One had been an active sportsperson before the infarction. The participants were eager to regain ‘normalcy in life’ and ‘get back’ their body. The participants talked about a life change and a need for support to recover their ‘former health and life’. The participants were satisfied with the care given during the infarction, but several questioned whether more time had been taken to understand their situation. The internal experience of having a myocardial infarction, including feelings of normalcy, a considerable change in life, and a need to get back, and perceptions of care provided, differed for people with diabetes. However, people with diabetes still wanted to regain their former health and life, and perceived that their health problems were taken seriously. Furthermore, our results give us insight into how health care professionals could provide better care for people with diabetes and myocardial infarction.[Study of neuroendocrine and paracrine-regulated processes in the vascular wall in norm and decompensated hypertension].
The paper is concerned with the participation of neuroendocrine and paracrine regulation processes in the homeostasis of blood pressure in vascular wall. The data are based on studies of adult offspring rats with various genetic predispositions to hypertension. One of the aims of the study was to reveal both the effects of

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