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Python Using Databases in Python Gettin' CRUD-y With It Add An Entry

If I dont assign a value to a field, is it correct to say that the field's value is NULL?

If not, how can I set the value of a field to NULL?

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Hey Ewerton, there is no "NULL" in Python. Instead the sort of equivalent to Null there is None. To set it to None you'd just do it like any other variable (e.g var = None). This link here to a Stack Overflow question should be quite useful.

Hope it helps!

Thanks, Diogo! Much appreciated!