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SQLLEX v0.1.10 📚

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Better than sqlite3. Seriously, try it out


pip install sqllex

If you need most stable version install sqllex==

Version Status Tests, and actions ✔️ stable (testing)
✔️ supported
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❌️ outdated
✔️Mostly passing
<= ⚠️ unstable
❌️ outdated


Use databases without thinking about SQL. Let me show you how sqllex ORM makes your life easier. Imagine you need create some database, save some data into it and take it back. That's how your easy to code with sqllex.

from sqllex import *

db = SQLite3x(                              
        "users": {                          
            "username": [TEXT, NOT_NULL],   
            "age": INTEGER,                 

users = db["users"]

users.insert('Sqllex', 33)

users_33 = users.find(age=33)

print(users_33)  # [['Sqllex', 33]]

from sqllex import *

# Create some database, with simple structure
db = SQLite3x(                              # create database 
    path='my_data.db',                      # path to your database, or where you would like it locate
    template={                              # schema for tables inside your database                              
        "users": {                          # name for the 1'st table
            "username": [TEXT, NOT_NULL],   # 1'st column of table, named "username", contains text-data, can't be NULL
            "age": INTEGER,                 # 2'nd column of table, named "age", contains integer value
        }                                   # end of table
    }                                       # end of schema (template)

# Ok, now you have database with table inside it.
# Let's take this table as variable
users = db["users"]

# Now add record of 33 years old user named 'Sqllex' into it
# Dear table, please insert ['Sqllex', 33] values 
users.insert('Sqllex', 33)

# Dear table, please find records where_ column 'age' == 33
users_33 = users.find(age=33)

# Print results
print(users_33)  # [['Sqllex', 33]]

If you never used SQLite before read this awesome example #0 instead


Not enough? Read more in Sqllex Documentation!






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