The most important data access language of all time.
- If you have a slow computer or an extremely large data set
- You can do all of these operations on data on disk.
- I recommend using
sqllite3as the on-disk data storage engine.
- Read the documentation for an explanation.
sqllite3 to create a database
Here’s the example use of
import sqlite3 db_locale = 'users.db' con = sqlite3.connect(db_locale) c = con.cursor() #use to create commands #command c.execute(""" INSERT INTO questions (name, author, reviews) VALUES ('The Hobbit, or There and Back Again', 'J. R. R. Tolkien', 'There are very good characters and it's a brilliant story'), ('The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse','Charlie Mackesy','A beautiful book with handwritten gems of wisdom about life, love, friendship along with lovely drawings.') """) #commit the changes con.commit() #close the database con.close()