pymysql insert static

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Python insert Static Operation.

here everything will be same , expect we are not taking anything from the database.
Rather we are putting the data to the database.

commit() Method. This method sends a COMMIT statement to the MySQL server, committing the current transaction.
Since by default Connector/Python does not autocommit,
it is important to call this method after every transaction that modifies data for tables that use transactional storage engines.

				
					import pymysql
conn = pymysql.connect(
        host='localhost',
        user='root',
        password="12345",
        db='sakila',
)

cur = conn.cursor()

str2_query = "insert into teacher3 values(1,'aakash')"
cur.execute(str2_query)
conn.commit()
print("data inserted successfully")
conn.close()
				
			

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