Pyodbc SQL CRUD — Update: Examples with MySQL

Likely, some of the data you store will remain unchanged. Yet, the majority of it changes rapidly depending on its nature and the purpose it serves. How do you modify data already present in your tables? We know that to CREATE new rows of data in a table, we employ INSERT, and to see the data on hand, SELECT is there. However, to change it, that is the job of the UPDATE command. Keep reading to see a couple of simple examples using the pyodbc Python driver…

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Joshua Otwell

Joshua Otwell

SQL and PHP/CodeIgniter Developer. Growing through Technical Writing and Blogging. Sign-up for my free newsletter here: openlamptech.substack.com