SQL CRUD is everywhere in the database world. Be it application development or ad-hoc queries in analysis, there is a strong chance you are executing one of the CRUD commands: Create, Read, Update, or Delete. Having written several blog posts in the past on MySQL CRUD, I feel you the readers deserve an easy means to access them all. Therefore, consider this post the MySQL CRUD Compilation post. Enjoy!
OS, Software, and DB used:
- OpenSuse Leap 15.1
- MySQL 8.0.18
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SQL CRUD Basics
- SQL CRUD Basics: Part 1 – Create
- SQL CRUD Basics Part 2 – Read
- SQL CRUD Basics Part 3 – Update
- SQL CRUD Basics Part 4 – Delete
Pyodbc SQL CRUD
- Pyodbc SQL CRUD – Create: Examples with MySQL
- Pyodbc SQL CRUD – Read: Examples with MySQL
- Pyodbc SQL CRUD – Update: Examples with MySQL
- Pyodbc SQL CRUD – Delete: Examples with MySQL
MySQL Shell CRUD with Python
- MySQL Shell CRUD with Python: Create – with examples
- MySQL Shell CRUD with Python: Read – with examples
- MySQL Shell CRUD With Python: Update – with examples
- MySQL Shell CRUD With Python: Delete – with examples
There you have it, folks! The definitive one-stop spot for introductory SQL CRUD. I have more SQL CRUD posts in the making with another series coming soon. Be sure and subscribe so you don’t miss it. Drop me a comment and tell me what you would like to see in it. Thanks for reading!
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Disclaimer: The examples presented in this post are hypothetical ideas of how to achieve similar types of results. They are not the utmost best solution(s). The majority, if not all, of the examples provided, is performed on a personal development/learning workstation-environment and should not be considered production quality or ready. Your particular goals and needs may vary. Use those practices that best benefit your needs and goals. Opinions are my own.