Python SQLite – LIMIT Clause
In this article, we are going to discuss the LIMIT clause in SQLite using Python. But first, let’s get a brief about the LIMIT clause.
If there are many tuples satisfying the query conditions, it might be resourceful to view only a handful of them at a time. LIMIT keyword is used to limit the data given by the SELECT statement.
SELECT column1, column2, column n
LIMIT [no of rows];
where no of rows is an integer value specified as the no of rows to get as output from table.
Let’s create a database.
Now, Insert 5 records into the customer_address table.
After adding data let’s perform the limit operation. In this example, we are going to display the top 4 data from the table.
In this way, we can restrict the rows in the output and print the top N rows by setting the LIMIT as N.