try open file 1

try open file

try:
    with open("file.txt","r") as f:
        #stuff goes here
except IOError:
    #do what you want if there is an error with the file opening

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. The with statement is used to wrap the execution of a block with methods defined by a context manager.
2. The context manager is responsible for opening the file and closing it.
3. The file is opened and assigned to the variable f.
4. The code within the try block is executed.
5. If an exception is raised, the rest of the try block is skipped.
6. If no exception is raised, the except block is skipped.
7. The file is closed automatically.

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