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Get all the Documents of the Collection using PyMongo

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  • Last Updated : 23 Jun, 2022
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To get all the Documents of the Collection use find() method. The find() method takes a query object as a parameter if we want to find all documents then pass none in the find() method. To include the field in the result the value of the parameter passed should be 1, if the value is 0 then it will be excluded from the result. Note: If we pass no parameter in find() method .it works like select * in MYSQL . Sample Database: Let’s suppose the database looks like this Example 1: 

Python3




import pymongo
   
   
# establishing connection
# to the database
client = pymongo.MongoClient("mongodb://localhost:27017/")
   
# Database name
db = client["mydatabase"]
   
# Collection name
col = db["gfg"]
 
# if we don't want to print id then pass _id:0
for x in col.find({}, {"_id":0, "coursename": 1, "price": 1 }):
    print(x)

Output: Example 2: 

Python3




import pymongo
   
   
# establishing connection
# to the database
client = pymongo.MongoClient("mongodb://localhost:27017/")
   
# Database name
db = client["mydatabase"]
   
# Collection name
col = db["gfg"]
 
# if we don't want to print id then pass _id:0 and price :0
for x in col.find({}, {"coursename": 1}):
    print(x)

Output:


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