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I have a text file like this 2J4G4Bht6Gl7G6fg6T, I am going to convert that file to an array like this ; ["2J", "4G", "4B", "ht", "6G", ...] . Anyone can help please.Thank you

What I have tried:

I am a newbie with python, I still dont have any idea
Updated 20-Feb-19 23:57pm
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Solution 1

See The Python Tutorial — Python 3.7.2 documentation[^]. This contains all the information you need to start writing Python programs.
CPallini 21-Feb-19 7:34am
My 5 as well.
Richard MacCutchan 21-Feb-19 7:37am
But, as you know, (almost) any fool can use Google. :)
CPallini 21-Feb-19 8:12am
That's what I did. Found a page on Python file I/O, another one on string splitting and, eventually patched them together.
Richard MacCutchan 21-Feb-19 8:26am
But your solution really answered the question.
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Solution 2

Assuming the text file in.txt contains

then the following program
from textwrap import wrap
infile = open("in.txt", "r")
l = wrap(,2)

outputs [update]Now, it does, thanks to Richard[/update]
['2J', '4G', '4B', 'ht', '6G', 'l7', 'G6', 'fg', '6T']
Richard MacCutchan 21-Feb-19 7:23am
+5, but your import line is duplicated.
CPallini 21-Feb-19 7:34am
Fixed now, thank you very much, Richard.

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