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Mysql connection parameters defined in a text file, reads the parameter file and return the connection parameter's dict

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Mysql connection parameters defined in a text file, reads the parameter file and return the connection parameter’s dict

example:

First, you must have a parameter file, which reads as follows:

# mysql Connection parameters

host=localhost

password=password

user=userid

database=dbname

Then,you can use this package in your python program

>>>import getMysqlConnPara

>>>getMysqlConnPara.getMysqlConnPara(‘/home/user/conn.conf’)

{‘host’: ‘localhost’, ‘password’: ‘password’, ‘user’: ‘userid’, ‘database’: ‘dbname’}

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