Easy Way to Use SQLite 2.0
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Easy Way to Use SQLite 2.0 is a powerful and easy to use tool which is designed to let you know how to create embedded SQL database applications using using Visual C++ with SQLite?
What is SQLite? SQLite is a C library that implements an embeddable SQL database engine.
- Are you looking for a way to create compact and yet very powerful database applications without without having to buy a commercial database server?
- Do you want full control over the size of your database applications without having to use ADO, ODBC and other bloated libraries?
- Are you a shareware programmer having trouble finding a database server suits your unique needs? Why not use SQLite?
If you answered "Yes" then download this sample eBook to see what it can do for you.
Free bonus for registered buyers: Get the full source code to this software, ready to compile and run using your Visual C++ 6.0 and Visual C++ 7.x compiler.
Full ebook and source codes - 10.9 MB.
- Purpose of This eBook
- Intended Audience
- How This eBook is Organized
- Chapter 1 - What is SQLite and Why Use SQLite
- Purpose of MFC-SQLite Application
- Scope of MFC-SQLite Application
- Description of Software Package Contents
- Assumptions and Pre-requisites
- What is SQLite?
- Why Use SQLite?
- Chapter 2 - Where and How to Get SQLite
- The SQLite Website
- What Files to Download
- The SQLite Source Codes
- The Win32 SQLite DLL
- The Win32 SQLite database utility program
- The SQLite Yahoogroup
- Chapter 3 - How to Prepare SQLite for Use with Visual C++
- About Using Third-Party C or C++ Libraries
- C Functions Callable by C++
- Ways to Use SQLite
- Preparing the Win32 SQLite DLL
- Compiling the SQLite Source Codes into a Static Lib
- Which SQLite Header File is Needed
- Creating a Dialog-based MFC Application
- Chapter 4 - SQLite Data Structures, Functions and SQL Statements
- Basic Concepts About SQLite
- SQLite Data Structures
- SQLite Functions to Open and Close Databases
- SQLite Function to Execute SQL Statements
- SQLite Callback Function to Process SQL Query Results
- SQLite SQL Statements
- Chapter 5 - Key MFC Classes & C Functions Used in this Application
- Using the C sprintf function
- Enable and Disable Command Buttons
- Using Flag Variables
- Chapter 6 - How this MFC SQLite Application Works
- The Application and Its Project Files
- Application Main Class
- Application's Resource File
- Application's Dialog Class
- Application's Search Dialog Class
- Application's Help File
- HTML Help Workshop
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