Posts Tagged import — Simplified PostGreSQL use from Python

Screen shot 2015-05-04 at 3.00.37 PMHere’s a Python import library that, working in conjunction with the PyGreSql project, makes using PostGreSQL from within Python super, super easy. Complete with examples. You need PostGreSQL installed and running (obviously, I hope), and you’ll need to install the PyGreSQL Python module as well.

Click here to download the import library.

Revision Changes
1.0.1 Initial Release
1.0.0 Internal Version

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Amateur Radio Callsign utility

Screen shot 2015-05-02 at 11.36.46 AMWhen creating reports involving amateur radio callsigns, it is useful to be able to sort them according to region, prefix and postfix, as this is the way we are accustomed to thinking about them. In addition, padding them so that call regions align and other types of worthy formatting are applied is something I have found to be very handy.

For this purpose, I developed, a Python import library. You are welcome to use it.

Click here to download the zipped library.
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