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Posted Sep 27, 2007

Paul DuBois - Writing MySQL Programs Using C

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From MySQL AB]

Many web developers view development of C programs as a bit of a black art. Development of programs in a compiled language such as C is vastly different from the development of applications in a scripting language. To familiarize more developers with the MySQL C API, we present a three-part series of articles tailored to developers looking to get into C program development with MySQL. This first article is the full chapter from Paul DuBois' industry-standard work, MySQL, Third Edition, from Pearson Publishers. The second article, from Mark Schoonover, to be published next week, will cover development with the C API using the Eclipse CDT to write a sample program. The third article, also from Mark Schoonover, will go into more depth and expand the example program using more advanced features of the API.

The article continues at http://dev.mysql.com/tech-resources/articles/mysql-c-api.html



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