q.all() returns me a result in format: 
[('one', {'t2c2': 'qwe',
  't2c1': '11',
  't2c3': '1'}),
('two', {'t2c2': 'rty',
  't2c1': '22',
  't2c3': '2'}),

The result of
  't1c2': 'one',
  'table2': {
    't2c2': 'qwe',
    't2c1': '11',
    't2c3': '1'
  't1c2': 'two',
  'table2': {
    't2c2': 'rty',
    't2c1': '22',
    't2c3': '2'

Above solutions aren't result whose I excepted.
I try to avoid any casting in Python.

Is it possible?

W dniu poniedziałek, 17 października 2016 18:52:59 UTC+2 użytkownik 
Jonathan Vanasco napisał:
> Your query's underlying sql returns multiple rows.  You can cast those 
> results into a dict in Python.

SQLAlchemy - 
The Python SQL Toolkit and Object Relational Mapper


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