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Well I finally got something working. This is what I did, I used the database cursor and wrote an sql select statement like this:
cr.execute('select "id" from "table_name" order by "id" desc limit 1')
id_returned = cr.fetchone()
the fetchone() method returns a tuple of one value which is assigned to the id_returned variable. I can then get the id from the tuple by referencing the first index like this: id_returned
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