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Wednesday, 2 January 2019

How to iterate MongoDB Cursor in Python - Intermediate I


Whenever querying on mongodb, always store the output into a variable, called cursor, before performing any operation on data. It will keep your data into variable without messing your output ground. PyMongo Cursor variable supports few functions which helps with few information without actual seeing your data such as retrieved data count or distinct values in particular key etc.

In this session, we will learn about the mongo db cursor variables, for this exercise also we are going to use 'USER' database hosted on free tier MongoDB Atlas (M0) Server.


Jupyter Notebook can be accessed HERE also

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