I am trying to use a `dict`

to do a SQL `INSERT`

. The logic would basically be:

```
INSERT INTO table (dict.keys()) VALUES dict.values()
```

However, I am having a tough time figuring out the correct syntax / flow to do this. This is what I currently have:

```
# data = {...}
sorted_column_headers_list = []
sorted_column_values_list = []
for k, v in data.items():
sorted_column_headers_list.append(k)
sorted_column_values_list.append(v)
sorted_column_headers_string = ', '.join(sorted_column_headers_list)
sorted_column_values_string = ', '.join(sorted_column_values_list)
cursor.execute("""INSERT INTO title (%s)
VALUES (%s)""",
(sorted_column_headers_string, sorted_column_values_string))
```

From this I get a SQL exception (I think related to the fact that commas are also included in some of the values that I have). What would be the correct way to do the above?