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Access to MS SQL Server from C

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hi, i'm using Borland C++ 5.02, i'm just beggining with win32 C
programming and i'd like to know how can i connect from C to a Sql
Server 2000, get some data back, so i can show it with some control. Is
there any library or something to do this?
I do it with Visual Basic but i wanna try with C.

Thanks !!!
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Dec 17 '05 #1
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DarthSidious wrote:
hi, i'm using Borland C++ 5.02, i'm just beggining with win32 C
programming and i'd like to know how can i connect from C to a Sql
Server 2000, get some data back, so i can show it with some control.
Is there any library or something to do this?
I do it with Visual Basic but i wanna try with C.


You've made several mistakes so far. First of all, this newsgroup
is about C++, not C. Please do not confuse the two. comp.lang.c
is just down the corridor from here. Second, win32 programming is
off-topic here. If you need win32, go to comp.os.ms-windows.*
hierarchy. Third, SQL server access is platform-specific. However,
there are cross-platform means, which are still off-topic here.
Try a database newsgroup for those or the newsgroup for your OS of
choice. Three strikes -- you're out!

If you get a C++ _language_ question, come back, we'll be happy to
accommodate you.

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Dec 18 '05 #2

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