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Output this variable when used in an MVC?

Posted 05 September 2013 - 04:07 AM

How can I output the contents of desc? I want to see what that data looks like with my own eyes.
desc = cursor.description

But since dictfetchall(cursor) only have content when it's called by
class AltwordManager(models.Manager):
    def vote_order(self):

I'm not really sure which part of the MVC files I need to edit in order to output the desc variable directly. Is it the below models.py file, views.py or the html template file?

And when I know which of these 3 files I need to edit, how do I reveal the contents of variable desc onto my screen?
MVC coding makes me really confused about how things are connected... :blink:


def dictfetchall(cursor):
    "Returns all rows from a cursor as a dict."
    desc = cursor.description # <------------------------ ( I want to output this content on my screen! )
    return [
        dict(zip([col[0] for col in desc], row))
        for row in cursor.fetchall()

class AltwordManager(models.Manager):
    def vote_order(self):
        "Returns a 1:M list ordered by votes."
        cursor =  connection.cursor()
SELECT navi_polls_word.rosword, navi_polls_altword.alt_ros_word, navi_polls_altword.votes
FROM navi_polls_altword INNER JOIN navi_polls_word
ON (navi_polls_altword.rosword_id=navi_polls_word.id)
        #row = cursor.fetchall()
        row = dictfetchall(cursor)
        return row

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