pyndb, short for Python Node Database, is a package which makes it easy to save data to a file while also providing syntactic convenience. It utilizes a Node structure which allows for easily retrieving nested objects. All data is wrapped inside of a custom Node object, and stored to file as nested dictionaries. It provides additional capabilities such as autosave, saving a dictionary to file, creating a file if none exists, and more. The original program was developed with the sole purpose of saving dictionaries to files, and was not released to the public.
Basically, it's a way to treat internal hash tables like real databases, with automatic saving, automatic creation (if the file doesn't exist already), and so forth.
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