How to use 'how to upload file in google colab' in Python

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127def download_file(file_name=None):
128 from google.colab import files
129 files.download(file_name)
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166def test_file_upload(self):
167 _, mock_blob = self.mock_gcs()
168
169 test_file, file_contents = self.create_test_file()
170
171 with self.app.test_request_context():
172 bucket_class = self.storage_backend()
173 bucket = bucket_class('buckettest')
174 blob = bucket.blob('somefile.bin')
175
176 # We should be able to upload the file, and then download it again
177 # from the URL given by its blob.
178 blob.create_from_file(test_file, file_size=512, content_type='application/octet-stream')
179 url = blob.get_url(is_public=True)
180 self.assertIn('somefile.bin', url)
181
182 # Google-reported size should take precedence over reality.
183 self.assertEqual(318, blob.size)
184
185 self.assertTrue(blob.exists())
186
187 mock_blob.upload_from_file.assert_called_with(test_file,
188 size=512,
189 content_type='application/octet-stream')
190 self.assertEqual(2, mock_blob.reload.call_count)

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