Your version: result2 = cf.get('dummy_key', column_start=((key, False)))
The correct version: result2 = cf.get('dummy_key', column_start=((key,
On Wed, Sep 26, 2012 at 10:53 PM, Cato Yeung <cato.ye...@gmail.com> wrote:--
> I found that when I exclusively get datetype composite column, the result
> is not correct.
> I have made a simplified version of what I want to do here:
> import pycassa
> import datetime
> if __name__ == '__main__':
> # get current datetime
> # insert into cassandra database
> # get entry from cassandra database
> # get entry from cassandra database, exclusively
> # get entry from cassandra database, inclusively
> # delete entry
> or you can get by gist:
> What I want to do is that I can *get and get count exclusively.*
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