Python is a comprehensive, high-level programming language. When writing a Python script, you often need to work with files on the hard drive. Before deleting a file, you need to make sure that the file actually exists. Otherwise, your program gets terminated due to an exception (an error). A special Python module called "os" allows you to access required commands within your program.
Make availability for your Python script using the command:
Check if the file exists using the following "if" statement:
Delete the file by adding the "unlink" command to the "if" statement:
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