How to see the real SQL query in Python cursor execute using pyodbc and MS-Access

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I use the following code in Python (with pyodbc for an MS-Access base).

cursor.execute("select a from tbl where b=? and c=?", (x, y))

It's OK, however, I need to know the exact and entire SQL string that was sent to the database for maintenance reasons.
Is that true, and if so, how?

Sep 4, 2022 in Database by Kithuzzz
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