A script that processes the input CSV files and copies them into a SQLite database.
This is a simple script that takes CSV files as input and copies their contents into a SQLite database. . (Column names are taken from the headers (first row) in the csv file.) Intended for Python 3. (I know it did run on Py2 as some people tried, but I haven't tested it.)
- Source on GitHub
- PyPI page
- Introductory blog post with basic intro + a how-to
- Other related blog posts
pip install csv-to-sqlite
To find out more, run
If you've installed the package as a dependency for your own script, you can use it like this:
import csv_to_sqlite # all the usual options are supported options = csv_to_sqlite.CsvOptions(typing_style="full", encoding="windows-1250") input_files = ["abilities.csv", "moves.csv"] # pass in a list of CSV files csv_to_sqlite.write_csv(input_files, "output.sqlite", options)
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