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Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. We’re importing the `os` module, which contains functions for interacting with the operating system.
2. We’re setting the variable `path` to be the path to the directory that the notebook is in.
3. We’re creating a list of all the files in the directory using the `listdir` function from the `os` module. The `listdir` function takes in a string that is a path to a directory, and returns a list of the names of the files in that directory.
4. We’re printing out the list of file names.

You should see the following output:

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[’01-intro-to-jupyter-notebooks.ipynb’, ’02-python-basics.ipynb’, ’03-python-data-structures.ipynb’, ’04-python-functions.ipynb’, ’05-python-classes.ipynb’, ’06-python-modules.ipynb’, ’07-python-errors-and-exceptions.ipynb’, ’08-python-file-io.ipynb’, ’09-python-debugging.ipynb’, ’10-python-testing.ipynb’, ’11-python-decorators.ipynb’, ’12-python-generators.ipynb’, ’13-python-closures.ipynb’, ’14-python-metaclasses.ipynb’, ’15-python-context-managers.ipynb’, ’16-python-iterators.ipynb’, ’17-python-coroutines.ipynb’, ’18-python-asyncio.ipynb’, ’19-python-concurrency.ipynb’, ’20-python-multiprocessing.ipynb’, ’21-python-threading.ipynb’, ’22-python-subprocess.ipynb’, ’23-python-ctypes.ipynb’, ’24-python-c-extensions.ipynb’, ’25-python-cython.ipynb’, ’26-python-numba.ipynb’, ’27-python-numpy.ipynb’, ’28-python-pandas.ipynb’, ’29-python-scipy.ipynb’, ’30-python-matplotlib.ipynb’, ’31-python-seaborn.ipynb’, ’32-python-bokeh.ipynb’, ’33-python-plotly.ipynb’, ’34-python-networkx.ipynb’, ’35-python-scrapy.ipynb’, ’36-python-beautifulsoup.ipynb’, ’37-python-flask.ipynb’, ’38-python-django.ipynb’, ’39-python-sqlalchemy.ipynb’, ’40-python-peewee.ipynb’, ’41-python-mongoengine.ipynb’, ’42-python-redis.ipynb’, ’43-python-celery.ipynb’, ’44-python-rabbitmq.ipynb’, ’45-python-zeromq.ipynb’, ’46-python-twisted.ipynb’, ’47-python-tornado.ipynb’, ’48-python-gevent.ipynb’, ’49-python-asyncio.ipynb’, ’50-python-aiohttp.ipynb’, ’51-python-requests.ipynb’, ’52-python-urllib.ipynb’, ’53

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