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    Accessing MySQL databases using C++ code

    Hi,

    I am using Fedora core 5 32+ bit as my os on the pc. I want to use C++ code to access and modify MySQL databases. Is this possible? Now I am used to compiling C++ code in a terminal only and not using any particular IDE at the moment. I am quite aware that PHP and MySQL is the best combination but I am just curious whether C++ can also do the same like PHP. Please guide me on this issue since I am a newbie. Thanks a million.

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    there is a c++ wrapper called mysql++ (http://tangentsoft.net/mysql++/), google it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gtgoku View Post
    there is a c++ wrapper called mysql++ (http://tangentsoft.net/mysql++/), google it up.
    Thanks a lot...

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    difference between mysql and mysql+=

    hey guys can anyone say the difference?

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