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Databases and C C++

Discussion in 'C' started by meyup, Mar 23, 2010.

  1. meyup

    meyup New Member

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    I imagine that I can connect to several different kinds of databases with C or C++. I wanted to ask exactly how wide of a range of database can be connected with C/C++? And which databases would be referred over others?
     
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    Lots, it just depends on your choice!
     
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    I would imagine that this is just a preference. Probably all dbms support C/C++ with either thier own library files or through ODBC/CLI.
    I have never tried using Access, but you can set it up through ODBC, so you could probably use this one also (although who would want to I don't know ).
    I personally use DB2 with either embedded sql or using a CLI library. (Prefer the CLI over embedded, don't have to bind to the database then) I use this mainly with C.
     

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