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Python Using Databases in Python Gettin' CRUD-y With It View and Search Entries

Gilang Ilhami
Gilang Ilhami
12,045 Points

'SelectQuery' object is not callable

When i tried to view it, it returns an error and i'm not sure why

'SelectQuery' object is not callable 


#!/usr/bin/env python3
from collections import OrderedDict
import datetime
import sys

from peewee import *

db = SqliteDatabase('diary.db')

class Entry(Model):
    content = TextField()
    timestamp = DateTimeField(default=datetime.datetime.now)

    class Meta:
        database = db

def initialize():
    """Create the database and the table if they don't exist"""
    db.create_tables([Entry], safe=True)

def menu_loop():
    """Show the Menu"""

    choice = None

    while choice != 'q':
        print("Enter 'q'to quit.")
        for key, value in menu.items():
            print('{}) {}'.format(key, value.__doc__))

        choice = input('Action: ').lower().strip()

        if choice in menu:

def add_entry():
    """Add an entry"""
    print("Enter your entry. Press ctrl+d when finished.")
    data = sys.stdin.read().strip()

    if data:
        if input("Save entry? [Y/n] ".lower()) != 'n':
                 print("Saved successfully!")

def view_entries():
    """View previous entries."""
    entries = Entry.select().order_by(Entry.timestamp.desc())

    for entry in entries():
        timestamp = entry.timestamp.strftime('%A %B %b, %Y %I:%M%p')
        print('n) next entry')
        print('q) return to main menu')

        next_action = input('Action: [N/q] ').lower().strip()
        if nest_action == 'q':

def delete_entry(entry):
    """Delete an entry"""

menu = OrderedDict([
        ('a', add_entry),
        ('v', view_entries),


if __name__ == '__main__':
Matthew Allcorn
Matthew Allcorn
4,343 Points

You have a few spelling mistakes e.g nest_action & print(entery.content)