I wrote a Python script which initializes an empty database if it doesn't exist.
if not os.path.exists('Database'):
os.system('sqlite3 Database/testDB.db ";"')
# rest of the script...
I think you can do it like that:
import sqlite3 conn = sqlite3.connect('Database/testDB.db')
This should connect to your database and create it in case that it doesn't exist. I'm not sure this is the most pythonic way, but it does use the
sqlite3 module instead of the