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  • create a database named "mydatabase": import mysql. connector.
  • Return a list of your system's databases: import mysql.connector. mydb = mysql.connector.connect
  • Try connecting to the database "mydatabase": import mysql.connector.
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The Python programming language includes a lot of database programming tools. Python can connect to a variety of databases, including MySQL, Oracle, Sybase, PostgreSQL, and others. Data Definition Language (DDL), Data Manipulation Language (DML), and Data Query Statements are all supported by Python.

The MySQL server will give all of the necessary services to manage your database. Once the server is up and running, you may use MySQL Connector/Python to connect your Python application to it.

  • Import the module mysql.connector.
  • Create the connection object in step two.
  • Make a cursor object.
  • Carry out the query.

A database can be installed in Python using the following steps -

  • Create a directory for the database files.
  • Create a file called db_setup.py in the directory you created in step 1.
  • In the file, create a class called Database with two methods - __init__ and __init__().
  • Create a file called data_file with two columns - "id" and "name".
  • In the file, create an object of your class Database with your data-file as its argument and initialize it by running db_setup() or by calling it manually from Python code after importing your module that contains your class Database .
  • Import your module into Python code where you want to use it and call

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