http://www.dbmaker.com.tw/reference/manuals/odbc/odbc_toc.html#TopOfPage

This tutorial is rather good (in C)...
The good docs about this are quite rare... maybe it will insterest somebody...
Posted on 2003-04-15 11:20:33 by JCP
Its my interest.. thanx ;)
Posted on 2003-04-15 16:17:51 by NaN
might come in handy - msado (or whatever it was I looked a bit at while almost sleeping) seemed easier to use, though.
Posted on 2003-04-15 16:43:18 by f0dder
yes very nice indeed :)
Posted on 2003-04-15 17:35:07 by Hiroshimator
The PDF's for offline viewing are here:
http://www.dbmaker.com/reference/reference.html#WhitePapers
Posted on 2003-04-15 20:36:10 by bitRAKE
I am happy it is useful to people... :)

About ADO, I think all the other "database API" must be interfaced using OOP language, especially C++... but I might be wrong : I just never seen a ADO C source...

For C++ programmers, I think some kind of ready made ODBC classes can be found on sites like codeproject/codeguru... etc... I even think MFC has a class for this, already.

Thanks for the PDF link, bitRAKE. :alright:
Posted on 2003-04-16 01:10:23 by JCP
Yes, the ADO (or whatever) I did was C++. It's not like there's any reason to do it in assembly anyway, you will most definitely be limited by the speed of the database engine. Of course somebody (purrrr) might jump in and say there's no reason not to do it in VB, but... oh well :)
Posted on 2003-04-16 01:42:17 by f0dder
I agree : I was not saying this for a performance problem : only a language problem...
As far as I know there is no built-in way to access classes/members functions/variables in C or assembly, unless doing dirty things maybe... while ODBC can be accessed easily by C and C++, at the same time...
Posted on 2003-04-16 02:10:03 by JCP