Python os.system() method is a method defined in os module of python. Python os module has many methods defines used for different operating system related tasks.
os.system() is used to execute a command. The output of the command is passed to the interpreter standard output stream. It is implemented by calling the standard c function system() and it has the same limitations.
Let’s take a look at the below program:
import os os.system('python3 --version')
Here, we are not using any print statement. But, if we run this on linux or mac, it will print the python version on console.
The result of os.system is sent to the standard output stream, which is the console in linux or mac.