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I am new to Linux. I have dos based c++ program files . I want to know that whether it will run on Linux? Is oracle is available on Linux? How I will be able to interface DOS based c++ files with oracle? because there is no ODBC for DOS
 
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1. ..whether it will run on Linux?
A: If no any sepcial functions for DOS in your program, you can copy your source file to Linux, re-compile them, then you can run  it.
   (EXE file can NOT be run in Linux ).

2. Is oracle is available on Linux?
A: Yes. See http://www.oracle.com/linux

3. Try to find Pro*C. Pro*C is a C Language which for oracle database. Maybe now it became C++.


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