NameError: name '_mysql' is not defined usually indicates that the
_mysql module is not imported or installed in your Python code.
To fix this error, you will need to install the
_mysql module by running the following command:
pip install mysql-python
You can then import the
_mysql module in your code by adding the following line at the top of your Python file:
If you are using a different version of the MySQL connector or a different MySQL library, you may need to import a different module. You can check the documentation for the library you are using to determine the correct import statement.
Once you have imported the
_mysql module, you should be able to use it to connect to a MySQL database and execute MySQL queries in your Python code.