Database programming in C/C++ is quite fun, actually. Learn the basics here.
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The ODBC API has a lot of power and flexibility, but sometimes you just want to get the data without all the effort. Hence, these simple class wrappers. (The article, demo project, and source code were updated.)
Direct usage of ODBC is very complex. Anybody who tries to work with ODBC will agree with this statement. This small and smart ODBC wrapper makes working with ODBC much simpler.
Have you ever tried to issue multiple direct ODBC calls only to have some of the calls after the first fail?
The authors of this library have combined the flexibility of templates with the power of ODBC to create a truly unique and robust library for database access!!
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