The below snippet allows you to create an sqlite3 database and then import data to it.
#this connects and creates the database.db file, in the same location where the script exists
conn = sqlite3.connect(database.db)
c = conn.cursor()
#execute the create table
c.execute('''CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS mytable
#this is the dataset i will save to database as a python list:
data=['firstfile.mov','en','2018','This is a short summary of the video','3.8']
#get the data in the database
c.execute('INSERT INTO mytable VALUES (?,?,?,?,?)', data)
#close the connection
Since you are editing text in Notepad ++, and you have already used Quick Tip #1 to mark specific lines of code, say containg <span> you might need to break the whole line in two lines so that a new line break forms after the <span> part of the code.
More Html Code here <span>Santa is Coming</span> More Html Code here
More Html Code here <span>
Santa is Coming
</span> More Html Code here
An easy way to do this by using the search and replace menu of notepad ++ . You need to seach for a part of the code where you want the break to occur, and then replace for the same part adding the escape sequence of the line break “\n” at the end. Make sure you have enabled “Extended Search Mode” at the bottom of the search window.
Additional Espace Sequences can be used in the same way:
Notepad ++ is my preferred text/ php/html/python editor, and, since some time i have been discovering all the nice things and automations you can do with it. I will be posting updates for notepad ++ automation and tricks, primary because its so hard for me to remember all of them. 🙂
Here it goes:
I some times need to scrape html code to specific tags or image urls. I found that this can be easily done using the search option of the Notepad++ and the “Mark” tab.
“Mark” basically bookmarks any line that has the search term in it. After you bookmark all the lines with “<span>” for example, then you can go to Search> Bookmark>Remove Unmarked Lines to remove all the parts of the code that do not contain the search term and of course are not needed. Nice?