On Saturday 24 June 2006 18:52, richard wrote:
> why not setup a database with mysql and use dadabik as the front end. Or
> do you have some sort of reason for wanting python.
I'll look up dadabik,
but I'd prefer something in python,
because I am running a python program which downloads book information
from the Library of Congress to an SQL database,
and I thought it would be nice to have everything in the same language.
Also, I thought it might take your minds off the football
if you wrote a little program for me ...
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