Read a sql table 'where in' as a Dataframe

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    Javier Pacheco

    The code reads a SQL statement from the file input. It uses the string concatenation operator (+) to define a list of column identifiers. It then passes that list to the read_sql() function, which will select all the columns from the table named table where the column identifier in the list matches the given identifier.

    import pandas as pd
    
    df = pd.read_sql(
      "SELECT columns "+
      "FROM table "
      "WHERE column IN ({})".format(', '.join([str(id) for id in list]))
      ,dbConnection
    )
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