[DB-SIG] mxODBC query results as dictionaries

Joseph Wilhelm jwilhelm@outsourcefinancial.com
Wed, 17 Oct 2001 17:19:48 -0700


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I scanned through the archives of this mailing list, and saw a bit of a
discussion about this subject... but I couldn't find a final definitive
answer on it. What is the recommended way, if any, to get rows from a an
mxODBC cursor as a dictionary, in the form [ "column_name" : "column_date" ]
?

--Joseph Wilhelm

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