creating a new database with mysqldb
johnjsal at NOSPAMgmail.com
Wed May 17 22:11:23 CEST 2006
> I would learn basic, commandline SQL first and get comfortable creating
> tables, querying your dbs etc. THEN, add Python. Otherwise you spin
> your wheels not knowing whether it's your use of the Python modules or
> your bad SQL commands that are fouling things up.
> or I recommend Chris Fehily's SQL 2nd Ed. Great book, and cheap.
I did that tutorial yesterday. It was great and I learned a lot about
the basics of working with tables. After learning the queries, then I
moved on to using them with Python. I plan to get the pocket reference
later today, so that might help as well.
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