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MCS 275 labs were cancelled this week, so while Worksheet 14 was available and I recommended everyone work on it, I realize you had fewer opportunities than usual to practice the latest material and ask course staff for assistance.
In recognition of this, I've scaled back the homework this time. You don't need to write any new code or solve any new problems. I just want to see that you are able to run a Flask application that involves a SQL database on your own computer (or whatever computer you use for MCS 275 assignments and/or labs).
Specifically, please do the following:
It could be:
sqlite3, and other modules specifically taught in MCS 275.
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