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Re: Storing objects in relational database

On May 24, 2:12*am, bukzor <workithar...@g mail.comwrote:
It's not a string it's a cStringIO.Strin gIO, ....
Just to reinforce this point, in general, you want to use cStringIO
when you need an object that has a "file-like" interface, but you want
to keep the results in memory.
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