pg module contains a class called DB. All pgobject methods are included in this class also. A number of additional DB class methods are described below. The preferred way to use this module is as follows (See description of the initialization method below.):
import pg db = pg.DB(...) for r in db.query( "SELECT foo,bar FROM foo_bar_table WHERE foo !~ bar" ).dictresult(): print '%(foo)s %(bar)s' % rThe following describes the methods and variables of this class.
The DB class is initialized with the same arguments as the pg.connect method. It also initializes a few internal variables. The statement db = DB() will open the local database with the name of the user just like pg.connect() does.
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