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ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) In Visual C++

If you've ever wondered how to connect to a database using ADO in Microsoft Visual C++ then look no further. In this excellent step-by-step guide, Neville shows us how to do just that...

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By: Neville Mehta
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October 27, 2002
  1. · ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) In Visual C++
  2. · The Myriad of Data Access Technologies
  3. · An ADO Application in VC
  4. · Writing the Function
  5. · Conclusion

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ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) In Visual C++ - Conclusion
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It's not very easy to code in Visual C++. The similar Com Component to make in VB would take us maybe half the time but the whole idea to create it in Visual C++ was to show you guys how we can access a data source from Visual C++ using ADO.

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