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is there an easy way to create a database on the fly and let the user input values

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I don't realy care what database I use wx.grid or whatever. I
wan't it to look at a line

128 9023 23428 exc and create the database or pick something out of the
file as some sort of a descrition line and then display and allow the
user to change and add new lines. What is the easiest set of database
routines to use for such a project???

http://www.dexrow.com

Oct 12 '06 #1
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Er*********@msn.com wrote:
I don't realy care what database I use wx.grid or whatever. I
wan't it to look at a line

128 9023 23428 exc and create the database or pick something out of the
file as some sort of a descrition line and then display and allow the
user to change and add new lines. What is the easiest set of database
routines to use for such a project???
I'd go for something like SQLite or Gadfly - or even the standard CSV
module if there are no need for a relational model.
http://www.dexrow.com

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Oct 12 '06 #2

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I've heard good things about Dabo: http://dabodev.com/
On Wed, Oct 11, 2006 at 09:44:37PM -0700, Er*********@msn.com wrote:
I don't realy care what database I use wx.grid or whatever. I
wan't it to look at a line

128 9023 23428 exc and create the database or pick something out of the
file as some sort of a descrition line and then display and allow the
user to change and add new lines. What is the easiest set of database
routines to use for such a project???

http://www.dexrow.com

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Oct 12 '06 #3

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Chris Lambacher wrote:
I've heard good things about Dabo: http://dabodev.com/
On Wed, Oct 11, 2006 at 09:44:37PM -0700, Er*********@msn.com wrote:
I don't realy care what database I use wx.grid or whatever. I
wan't it to look at a line

128 9023 23428 exc and create the database or pick something out of the
file as some sort of a descrition line and then display and allow the
user to change and add new lines. What is the easiest set of database
routines to use for such a project???

http://www.dexrow.com

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dabo looks intresting but I am just looking for the simplist way and
having to load from thier thing just complicates stuff. I could
probily just use wx.grid but examples are scarce, I have seen some
simple dbm stuff but this is an old book I am reading now

Oct 12 '06 #4

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Er*********@msn.com wrote:
I don't realy care what database I use wx.grid or whatever. I
wan't it to look at a line

128 9023 23428 exc and create the database or pick something out of the
file as some sort of a descrition line and then display and allow the
user to change and add new lines. What is the easiest set of database
routines to use for such a project???

http://www.dexrow.com
kirbybase?
http://www.netpromi.com/kirbybase_python.html
Oct 14 '06 #5

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On 12 Oct 2006 15:50:16 -0700, Er*********@msn.com <Er*********@msn.comwrote:
dabo looks intresting but I am just looking for the simplist way and
having to load from thier thing just complicates stuff. I could
probily just use wx.grid but examples are scarce, I have seen some
simple dbm stuff but this is an old book I am reading now
You can't get much simpler than Dabo. The wx.Grid is a real PITA to
work with, but the Dabo.dGrid wrapper makes things so much easier.
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Oct 14 '06 #6

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