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Mayukh's World: Python Tutorials: ADO and Python Thursday, November 23, 2017
Python and ADO
  • 0. Introduction
  • 1. What is ADO
  • 2. Basic Objects
  • 3. Using Parameters
  • 4. ADO/Python Basics
  • 5. Connection Object
  • 6. RecordSet Object
  • 7. Command Object
  • 8. More Command Fun
  • 9. Command and Procs
  • 10. Creating Params
  • 11. Links and Credits
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    Appendix: Links and Credits

    Useful Links

    The following links contain useful information and were instrumental in the writing of this tutorial. Most of them contain additional information that wasn't covered here and it'll do the reader a world of good to actually study them.

    Credits

    The author would like to thank the following people:
    • Suzanne for inspiration and always being there for me. :)
    • A. Vivaldi, J.S. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, J. Pachelbel, C. Orff, W.A. Mozart, Jimi Hendrix, The Scorpions, Iron Maiden, Motorhead, Rainbow, Helloween, Mago de Oz, Blind Guardian, Rhapsody, Deep Purple, Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd -- this list goes on.
    • Iron Chef, Most Extreme Elimination Challenge and P.G. Wodehouse for the great laughs.
    • Suzanne, Grim Archon, MasterChief, netytan and shahenshah for their excellent proof-reading.
    • Joe Nguyen for inspiring the chapter on Creating Parameters.
    • Edward Diamond for the Firebird database connection string.
    • The echarcha crew for their feedback.
    • Len Remmerswaal for suggesting that I add prevention of SQL injections as another reason to use parameters

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