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Tutorial: MySQL Linux C API

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MySQL database does support C program API just like PHP or Perl API.

The C API code is distributed with MySQL. It is included in the mysqlclient library and allows C programs to access a database.

Many of the clients in the MySQL source distribution are written in C. If you are looking for examples that demonstrate how to use the C API, take a look at these clients. You can find these in the clients directory in the MySQL source distribution.

This tutorial provides a sample MySQL C program and step by step compilation instructions to kick start MySQL programming via C API.
 read more | mail this link | score:8092 | -nixcraft, June 1, 2007
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