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A script that processes the input CSV files and copies them into a SQLite database.

Project description

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: https://github.com/zblesk/csv-to-sqlite

PyPI: https://pypi.org/project/csv-to-sqlite/

Related blog post + how-to: http://zblesk.net/blog/csv-to-sqlite/

Installs via

pip install csv-to-sqlite

To find out more, run

csv-to-sqlite –help

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