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Does anyone have any good example code that shows how to use the "anydbm"wra pper tp interface with a very simple database. like some examples ofhow to use "dumbdbm"? Then perhaps at a later time, I'm going to want tothen interface it to a more robust database like PostGreSQL or mySQL. ButI want to external interface to "hide" the specifics and have a reallygeneric interface.

I already played with Python's interface with PostGreSQL, but they don'tfollow the generic Python models. At least my prev version didn't.


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