cant be done directly from sqlite to postgres as there are differences
between them ...
safer to generate an intermediate file like a CSV or Excel file from the
sqlite database ..
create the new postgres database with proper column types ..
make a python script to loop through each row in CSV or Excel file and
populate each row in new postgres database

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