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Pyd is a relational-database engine coded in Python 3.2 with support of transaction management. It consumes tiny amount of memory as all data exchange happens on harddisk. (!!)Due to busy at study, this project is discontinued until further notice

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Features

  • As simple and small as possible, no use of complicated OOP stuff
  • Transaction management: roll-back and commit transactions
  • Create/Modify/Delete/Count of databases/tables/columns/rows
  • Basic relational algebras: Project, Select, Union, Join

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Intended Audience

Information Technology, Developers

User Interface

Console/Terminal

Programming Language

Python

Registered

2011-03-02

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