Scan your database and create code.

See `gen.go` for an example with administrative queries dumped to the command line.

Exact workings are undocumented so far, but generated code may be used somewhat like this:

// appendMystruct fetches Mystruct values from the database and appends them to dest.
func appendMystruct(dest []*Mystruct, db *sql.DB) []*Mystruct {
	bound := &Mystruct{}

	// Bind() creates an []interface{} for all fields in the struct
	dest := bound.Bind()

	// Query() fetches the sql query used to get struct instances
	// second arg is only used for variable identifiers like schemas, tables, users and hosts	
	query, _ := bound.Query()

	rows, err := db.Query(query)
	if err != nil {
		panic(err) // TODO fix
	defer rows.Close() // TODO check error...

	for rows.Next() {
		err = rows.Scan(dest...)
		if err != nil {
			panic(err) // TODO fix

		// copy() creates a shallow copy of the bound struct.
		// Doing it this way means the interface slide has to be created only once.
		dest = append(dest, bound.copy())
	if err = rows.Err(); err != nil {
		panic(err) // TODO fix
	return dest

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