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Using SQLite with Python

A short tutorial on using sqlite3 in Python

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SQLite is a lightweight database that does not require a separate server. SQLite is very popular in web applications and requires no administration. I use SQLite to store structured data that I scrape from the internet, such as cryptocurrency prices.

In this short note, we will go over the key commands to use SQLite with Python.

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