3 examples of 'mkdir ignore if exists' in Python

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146def mkdirs(*args: Path) -> None:
147 for dir in args:
148 dir.mkdir(parents=True, exist_ok=True)
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39def mkdir(*args, **kwargs):
40 """
41 Create the specified directory.
42 Tolerant of race conditions.
43
44 :param args: path[, mode] that goes to os.makedirs
45 :param kwargs: path
46 :return:
47 """
48 try:
49 os.makedirs(*args, **kwargs)
50 except OSError, e:
51 if e.errno != errno.EEXIST:
52 raise
248def mkdir(path: AnyStr, mode: int = 0o777) -> None: pass

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