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Simple python interface for redis

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Simple python interface for redis


pip install redistore


>> import redistore
>> store = redistore.get(host='localhost', port=6379, db=0)

Now you can access and store keys and values with a dict-like interface:

>> store['foo'] = 'bar'
>> store['foo']
>> 'foo' in store
>> del store['foo']
>> store['foo']
KeyError: 'foo'

Or using methods:

>> store.set('baz', 'qux')
>> store.get('baz')

redistore support other data types, e.g., hashes. they are used exactly like a dict:

>> store['hash'] = {}  # creates a hash without any values
>> 'my' in store['hash']
>> store['hash']['my']
>> store['hash'].update({'baz': 'qux'})
>> store['hash']['baz']
>> len(store['hash'])
>> list(store.keys())
['foo', 'bar']
>> for key, value in store.items():
...    print(key, value)
my hash
baz qux
>> store['other_hash'] = {'foo': 'bar'}  # creates a hash with values
>> store['other_hash']['foo']

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