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c++ intrductory version

c++ intrductory version

c++ intrductory version

(OP)
I recently bought a Sam's Publishing c++ tutorial and it came with the compiler. When you try to run the program it won't allow it because of the license agreement. Is there a way around this problem. I am a sequel programmer and I want to broaden my knowledge with c++

catdwl

RE: c++ intrductory version

dont you mean SQL not sequel. (SQL = S(I dont know) Query Language) Also take a look at the FAQ I have here about using ADO with any ODBC Supported DB in VC++(this includes SQL Server). Also the lisense agreement I wouldnt really know about, I would contact the publisher of the book.

Karl
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Experienced in : C++(both VC++ and Borland),VB1(dos) thru VB6, Delphi 3 pro, HTML, Visual InterDev 6(ASP(WebProgramming/Vbscript)
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RE: c++ intrductory version

(OP)
I understand that SQL has nothing to do with c++ I am just trying to learn c++. I think I have my problem solved. I reloaded the c++ and it seems to be running fine. Thanks for your attention!!!

catdwl

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