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Run Loop If Value Does Not Exist in Database

#update – I fixed the syntax error moving a ), but it still doesn’t work as intended. Now it runs the loop even with a duplicate, which is not the intent. I’m trying to add a list of quotes to a database, but only if the author doesn’t already exist. I’m getting a syntax error here, and no existing posts

Getting “sqlite3.ProgrammingError: Incorrect number of bindings supplied” when splitting lines from file and inserting into database

I’m trying to import data from a csv file to a existing database, the database has 4 columns called product_id, Firstname, Lastname, Address and this is the code for the csv import; But I keep getting the error sqlite3.ProgrammingError: Incorrect number of bindings supplied. The current statement uses 4, and there are 1 supplied. What am I doing wrong? Answer

Iterating through records with SQL INSERT activated stops after first set of INSERTS, but using PRINT to test goes through EVERY record (as desired)

Python 3.10.2 with sqlite3 on Windows 10. Relatively new to Python, but I was quite experienced with Perl around 1997-2005. Banged my head against this for three days. Attacked from lots of angles. No success. I’m asking for guidance, because I don’t see myself progressing on my own at this point without help flipping on the light-switch. My overall application

Can repeating query be saved?

In my Python / Sqlite program, I am running queries like this So the “basic” query is the same, and the rows Sqlite gathers are the same, but because of the different grouping , I have to run the same query multiple times. I wonder if there is a way to achieve the same output more effectively, ie. run the

sqlite3.DatabaseError: malformed database schema (?)

I executed the python file in the first try & it worked. But when I included the code “IF NOT EXISTS” in the line cur.execute(“CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS store (item TEXT, quantity INTEGER, price REAL)”)& cur.execute(“INSERT INTO store VALUES (‘Wine Glass,8,10.5’)”) I am getting an error. here is my code: here is the error: Answer You have an error

sqlite3.OperationalError:: syntax error when trying to UPDATE

I have been trying to update some values in a sqlite3 table but I am having loads of problems with the `sqlite3.OperationalError: near “GROUP”: syntax error. I have been following the documentation but I am not been very successful to correct the error. What I am trying to do is to find the all_numbers with a value =0 and updated

passing table name to pipeline scrapy python

I have different spiders that scrape similar values and I want to store the scraped values in different slite3 tables. I can do this by using a different pipeline for each spider but, since the only thing that changes is the table name, would it be possible to pass somehow the table name from the spider to the pipeline? This

How to loop thorough rows of each column in a table?

I am trying to write a small program to transform a database. It is an SQLite database, and I am using Python. I am experiencing a problem where the query I’m writing doesn’t seem to work properly: For some reason, what’s printed here is just a list on the column name repeated a number of times. If I replace the

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