Python Creating Database Table

Here, we will create the new table Employee. We have to mention the database name while establishing the connection object.

We can create the new table by using the CREATE TABLE statement of SQL. In our database PythonDB, the table Employee will have the four columns, i.e., name, id, salary, and department_id initially.

The following query is used to create the new table Employee.

Python Creating Database Table Example

import mysql.connector  
myconn = mysql.connector.connect(host = "localhost", user = "root",password = "naveen",database = "PythonDB")  
cur = myconn.cursor()  
    #Creating a table
    dbs = cur.execute("create table Employee(name varchar(20) not null, id int(20) not null primary key, salary float not null, Dept_id int not null)")