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Hi everyone,

I'm looking for a C++ ODBC class.
Could anybody give me some references ?
Thx a lot !

gg

ps:
- I'm working with MSVC
- Sql c++ API sounds good, any feedback?
Jan 1 '06 #1
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gege wrote:
Hi everyone,

I'm looking for a C++ ODBC class.
Could anybody give me some references ?
Thx a lot !

gg

ps:
- I'm working with MSVC
- Sql c++ API sounds good, any feedback?


Try:

http://www.google.com and type C++ ODBC in the search box.
Jan 1 '06 #2
already done ...

i'm looking for advice ... and google can't give this

thx
"red floyd" <no*****@here.dude> a écrit dans le message de news:
DB******************@newssvr29.news.prodigy.net...
gege wrote:
Hi everyone,

I'm looking for a C++ ODBC class.
Could anybody give me some references ?
Thx a lot !

gg

ps:
- I'm working with MSVC
- Sql c++ API sounds good, any feedback?


Try:

http://www.google.com and type C++ ODBC in the search box.

Jan 1 '06 #3
ATTENTION: the following post may contain hidden irony,
sometimes even open sarcasm, which, by lack of smileys
(they went out a few days ago and due to the change of
year it will take a few days until the new ones arrive),
may or may not be dectable by the reader. People using
From: - lines matching the pattern $SillyName\@$SillyName.*,
especially when $SillyName.* is a non-existent or even
invalid domain, are known to fail more often than others.
YMMV

gege <ge**@gege.com> schrieb:

[red floyd told you to enter 'C++ ODBC' in google]
already done ...

i'm looking for advice
Advice on what? Using google?
... and google can't give this


Actually, it *can*, but I doubt that you would see it, even
if it would jump directly into your face, with its ass ahead:

http://www.google.de/help/basics.html

*My* advice is: enter the text

C++ ODBC

*exactly as shown*, preferrably by using copy-and-paste
in googles search-box. Wait, the transfer of the United Wisdom
of the Internet into the database used by your local copy
of 'brain' should begin in a few seconds.

If nothing happens, ask yourself if you have actually clicked
the 'search' button or pressed ENTER on your keyboard.

If you answer this with YES, proceed by trying the
steps below. The reason that the process does *not* start
automagically, may be that you are using an outdated version
of brain, or your version of brain lacks the required capabilities
to be able to communicate with google.

The output of the command

$ brain --info | grep IQ

should be at least 75 (could work, but I would not bet on it),
the higher the better. On 99% of most people's
systems, it's in the range of 95 to 105, some less, some more.

Although the number of systems where this value exceeds 135 is very
low (about 1 in 10000 systems, or so), and in normal system-usage,
a value around is 100 +/- a few, is absolutely appropriate and
in fact quite common, there seems to be a large number of systems
running versions below that value. Astonishingly, this number
seems to grow faster and faster. Considering their limited capa-
bilities, they're doing amazingly well.

If you even get an error message, something like

"brain not found" or "don't know how to use 'brain'"

well, then you are lost.

Really. I pity you. Really.

You can put an end to your search and leave here.
No chance.

There just *is* no C++ ODBC-class that fits your needs, and quite
possibly, there never will be. Either you are running one of those
systems completely without 'brain' (it is told that such systems
exist, although no-one really knows how they manage to succeed in
some tasks as simple as sending/receiving mail, and word has it
that the number of junk circling through the 'net at any
given point time is in some obscure way correlated to the number of
systems lacking 'brain' completely. These systems are interesting.
Sometimes.

On the other hand you might have one of the systems that do have
'brain' with the appropriate capabilities installed, but it just
is not used it (for whatever reason, mostly because the system
manages to use 'brain' on other users' systems), you're a member
of a rapidly increasing, very common group of individuals.
Those are mostly _not_ interesting.

If you admit that you have answered the last question
(did I click the 'search' button?) with NO, then would you please
just FOAD?

[FOAD? what the .... is FOAD? -> ask google!]

So here we go:

- actually READ the result-page presented by google

Done?

- read the first answer to your posting and check if you
REALLY have done as advised by red floyd.
- Really means really, to the bit.
- read it again and try to UNDERSTAND, what red floyd is
trying to tell you

- Now REALLY enter:

C++ ODBC

in googles search box

- now REALLY click the button that has some text on it resembling
this one:

'Search'

- Read the results
- understand them
- Then click on any of the link that google lists and you think
it fits your need.

If you cannot find anything appropriate in one of the first
three links, you are allowed to come back here and explain why.
It's likely, you are one of the more 'interesting' examples
of dysfunctional systems.

Otherwise you will be doomed to rot in dumbass-hell for all
times to come[1], but before that, I will come to you and
shove something up one of your body-orifices on the opposite
side of your 'brain'.

bit for bit, slowly, data-rate about 1 baud. Be prepared
for a few megabytes!

And I will not stop until the information has reached the
organ that is supposed to do the thinking for you, instead
of other people.

To put it mildly ...

</rant>

Markus
[1] score -9999, no expire, all groups
Jan 2 '06 #4
I found better things in a more serious forum
but thx anyway for the geek text
"Markus Becker" <ye*******@web.de> a écrit dans le message de news:
sl**********************@beta-cygni.homelinux.org...
ATTENTION: the following post may contain hidden irony,
sometimes even open sarcasm, which, by lack of smileys
(they went out a few days ago and due to the change of
year it will take a few days until the new ones arrive),
may or may not be dectable by the reader. People using
From: - lines matching the pattern $SillyName\@$SillyName.*,
especially when $SillyName.* is a non-existent or even
invalid domain, are known to fail more often than others.
YMMV

gege <ge**@gege.com> schrieb:

[red floyd told you to enter 'C++ ODBC' in google]
already done ...

i'm looking for advice


Advice on what? Using google?
... and google can't give this


Actually, it *can*, but I doubt that you would see it, even
if it would jump directly into your face, with its ass ahead:

http://www.google.de/help/basics.html

*My* advice is: enter the text

C++ ODBC

*exactly as shown*, preferrably by using copy-and-paste
in googles search-box. Wait, the transfer of the United Wisdom
of the Internet into the database used by your local copy
of 'brain' should begin in a few seconds.

If nothing happens, ask yourself if you have actually clicked
the 'search' button or pressed ENTER on your keyboard.

If you answer this with YES, proceed by trying the
steps below. The reason that the process does *not* start
automagically, may be that you are using an outdated version
of brain, or your version of brain lacks the required capabilities
to be able to communicate with google.

The output of the command

$ brain --info | grep IQ

should be at least 75 (could work, but I would not bet on it),
the higher the better. On 99% of most people's
systems, it's in the range of 95 to 105, some less, some more.

Although the number of systems where this value exceeds 135 is very
low (about 1 in 10000 systems, or so), and in normal system-usage,
a value around is 100 +/- a few, is absolutely appropriate and
in fact quite common, there seems to be a large number of systems
running versions below that value. Astonishingly, this number
seems to grow faster and faster. Considering their limited capa-
bilities, they're doing amazingly well.

If you even get an error message, something like

"brain not found" or "don't know how to use 'brain'"

well, then you are lost.

Really. I pity you. Really.

You can put an end to your search and leave here.
No chance.

There just *is* no C++ ODBC-class that fits your needs, and quite
possibly, there never will be. Either you are running one of those
systems completely without 'brain' (it is told that such systems
exist, although no-one really knows how they manage to succeed in
some tasks as simple as sending/receiving mail, and word has it
that the number of junk circling through the 'net at any
given point time is in some obscure way correlated to the number of
systems lacking 'brain' completely. These systems are interesting.
Sometimes.

On the other hand you might have one of the systems that do have
'brain' with the appropriate capabilities installed, but it just
is not used it (for whatever reason, mostly because the system
manages to use 'brain' on other users' systems), you're a member
of a rapidly increasing, very common group of individuals.
Those are mostly _not_ interesting.

If you admit that you have answered the last question
(did I click the 'search' button?) with NO, then would you please
just FOAD?

[FOAD? what the .... is FOAD? -> ask google!]

So here we go:

- actually READ the result-page presented by google

Done?

- read the first answer to your posting and check if you
REALLY have done as advised by red floyd.
- Really means really, to the bit.
- read it again and try to UNDERSTAND, what red floyd is
trying to tell you

- Now REALLY enter:

C++ ODBC

in googles search box

- now REALLY click the button that has some text on it resembling
this one:

'Search'

- Read the results
- understand them
- Then click on any of the link that google lists and you think
it fits your need.

If you cannot find anything appropriate in one of the first
three links, you are allowed to come back here and explain why.
It's likely, you are one of the more 'interesting' examples
of dysfunctional systems.

Otherwise you will be doomed to rot in dumbass-hell for all
times to come[1], but before that, I will come to you and
shove something up one of your body-orifices on the opposite
side of your 'brain'.

bit for bit, slowly, data-rate about 1 baud. Be prepared
for a few megabytes!

And I will not stop until the information has reached the
organ that is supposed to do the thinking for you, instead
of other people.

To put it mildly ...

</rant>

Markus
[1] score -9999, no expire, all groups

Jan 2 '06 #5

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