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A nested directory, also known as a subdirectory, is a directory that is located inside another directory. This creates a hierarchical structure of directories that can be used to organize data in a logical and efficient way.

Python Code :

The below Python program safely creates a nested directory:

import os

# Define the path of the directory to create
path = "/path/to/nested/directory"

# Use try-except block to safely create the directory
    os.makedirs(path, exist_ok=True)
    print(f"The directory {path} has been created successfully!")
except OSError as error:
    print(f"An error occurred while creating the directory {path}: {error}")

In this program, we first import the os module which provides a way to interact with the operating system. We then define the path of the nested directory to be created.

Next, we use a try-except block to safely create the directory. The os.makedirs() function is used to create the nested directory. The exist_ok=True parameter is used to prevent any errors that might occur if the directory already exists. If the directory does not exist, it will be created.

If the directory is created successfully, a success message will be printed. If an error occurs while creating the directory, an error message will be printed along with the specific error message returned by the operating system.

Note that if any of the parent directories in the path do not exist, they will be created along with the final nested directory. Ad Sponsored

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