Can I insert plenty of values into a table without a lot of redundant character in python?

I want to insert a row in a table by a python code with all of the columns. I can do this for example:

"INSERT INTO TableName VALUES (?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?)"....

Must I use a lot of ? in the sql when I want to insert eg.: 11 column data? Is there any shorter and easier way for it? Additional information: In this case I gave all column data in the sql so luckily I didn't have to write the name of the all columns. :)

What can I do for example, when I want to insert 1 row with 100 column data into a table?

Answer Answered by Daniel Black in this comment.

Use the fully featured python string functions like

"INSERT INTO table VALUES (" + ",".join("?" * 100) + ")"

100 columns however makes me question if you've normalized your data correctly.


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