# Python - File seekable() Method

The Python file seekable() method is used to check whether the file is seekable or not. It returns true when the file is seekable, else returns false. A file is seekable if it allows access to the file stream, like the seek() method.

### Syntax

file.seakable()


### Parameters

No parameter is required.

### Example:

In the below example, the file seekable() method is used on file called MyFile which is a seekable file, hence it returns True.

MyFile = open("python_test.txt", "r")

print(MyFile.seekable())


Output

True