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Sean Ross wrote:
"Alastair G. Hogge" <agh at tpg.com.au> wrote in message
news:3f3b9080 at dnews.tpgi.com.au...
So basicly final_qu would be ('1','two','hello','2003-08-14','23:32:07')
However has stated above type(final_qu) return tuple.
If final_qu is already a tuple of strings, and what you need is one string
with each string in the tuple concatenated, then you can do this:
final_qu = ('1','two','hello','2003-08-14','23:32:07')
final_qu_str = ' '.join(final_qu)
final_qu_str
'1 two hello 2003-08-14 23:32:07'
If you can't guarantee that each tuple element is a string, try this:
final_qu_str = ' '.join([str(e) for e in final_qu])
final_qu_str
'1 two hello 2003-08-14 23:32:07'
[str(e) for e in final_qu] creates a list of a strings from the elements
[in
final_qu.

HTH
Sean
OK. Sorry I didn't quite make myslef clear.
final_qu is a string for pydb. The string should be something link:
INSERT INTO foo VALUES "('1','two','hello','2003-08-14','23:32:07')"
I need the () and each value must be inclosed in '' for the database
interface.

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