[newbie] Right way to access item in array?
gh at ghaering.de
Tue Oct 28 12:12:26 CET 2008
Diez B. Roggisch wrote:
> Gilles Ganault wrote:
>> I'd like to know what the right way is to access an item in a row as
>> returned by a database:
>> import apsw
>> rows=cursor.execute("SELECT isbn,price FROM books WHERE price IS
>> for row in rows:
>> #Is this right?
>> for isbn in row:
> No. This will iterate though all columns, not just the isbn.
> You can use tuple-unpacking in such cases:
> for row in rows:
> isbn, price = row
You can do it even in one step with APSW (and pysqlite, and others):
for isbn, price in cur.execute("select isbn, price ..."):
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