How to use the PySQLite library in Python

1. Install the PySQLite library: You can install the PySQLite library using the pip install command:

pip install pysqlite

2. Import the library into your Python program: To use the PySQLite library in your Python program, you need to import it first. You can do this using the following command:

import pysqlite

3. Connect to a database: Once the library is imported, you can connect to a database using the following command:

connection = pysqlite.connect(db_name)

4. Create a cursor object: After connecting to the database, you need to create a cursor object. This object is used to execute SQL commands.

cursor = connection.cursor()

5. Execute SQL commands: You can now execute SQL commands using the cursor object. For example, to create a table, you can use the following command:

cursor.execute(“CREATE TABLE table_name (column1 datatype, column2 datatype, …)”)

6. Commit changes: After executing the SQL commands, you need to commit the changes to the database. You can do this using the following command:

connection.commit()

7. Close the connection: Finally, you need to close the connection to the database. You can do this using the following command:

connection.close()