How to Close All Tables in Python?

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I’m not sure what you mean by “tables” in this context. If you are referring to database tables, you can simply close the database connection to close all tables. Here’s an example using the built-in SQLite3 module:

import sqlite3

# Connect to the database
conn = sqlite3.connect('example.db')

# ... code for accessing tables ...

# Close the connection
conn.close()

If you are referring to other types of tables (e.g. data frames in Pandas), you can simply delete the objects or variables holding the tables to free up memory. For example:

import pandas as pd

# Load data into a data frame
df = pd.read_csv('example.csv')

# ... code for manipulating the data frame ...

# Delete the data frame object to free up memory
del df

This will delete the df variable, freeing up the memory it was using, and any associated tables in memory.

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