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File I/O wrappers without thread locking.
tf.compat.v1.gfile.FastGFile( name, mode='r' )
Note, that this is somewhat like builtin Python file I/O, but there are semantic differences to make it more efficient for some backing filesystems. For example, a write mode file will not be opened until the first write call (to minimize RPC invocations in network filesystems).
||Returns the mode in which the file was opened.|
||Returns the file name.|
Closes the file.
Should be called for the WritableFile to be flushed.
In general, if you use the context manager pattern, you don't need to call this directly.
with tf.io.gfile.GFile("/tmp/x", "w") as f:
# implicit f.close() at the end of the block
For cloud filesystems, forgetting to ca