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a tool for linking mysql with python3.6, base on module pymysql

Project description

mysqlLink
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From del.icio.us to Python. Based on work done by Frank Timmermann\ [#]_.
See `license.txt`__.

Installation::

% python setup.py install

or pip install mysqlLink

And either import the (documented) class::

>>> import mysqlLink

Use the functions on the module, listed below.

def mysql_connect(Host, Port, User, Passwd, Db, Charset):# Make a link object
def execute_sql(connect, sql):# Execute sql after making a link object

method for using:
if __name__ == '__main__':
print("please input:localhost port user password db_name charset!")
cur = sys.stdin.readline()
localhost, port, user, passwd, db, charset = cur.split()
port = int(port)
newConnect = mysql_connect(localhost, port, user, passwd, db, charset)
print("please input sql!")
sql = sys.stdin.readline()
execute_sql(newConnect, sql)

Please do `Email <1341449544@qq.com>`_ any bugs.

Overview
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Use functions in my module can help you work easily when you are developing DBS with MySQL.

Documentation
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