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Please suggest better resources for learning sqlite3 [CLOSED]

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I was writing a Python script for getting the user stats of a website(Specifically codereview.stackexchange). I wanted to store the stats in a database. I found Python3's sqlite3 library. I found that I needed sql commands for using it.

I have tried sql.learncodethehardway but it isn't complete yet. I tired looking on stackoverflow's sql tag also but nothing much there. Can someone suggest me better resources for learning sql/sqlite3?

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posted Aug 3, 2013 by Abhay Kulkarni

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answer Aug 3, 2013 by Deepankar Dubey
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A start is the sqlite homepage:

answer Aug 3, 2013 by Sonu Jindal
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