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C++ ADO tutorial ?

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I'm looking for a decent ADO tutorial - either online or available to download. I can't seem to find anything of any substance (or quality).

Anyone know of any sites ?
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by:missionImpossible
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do you have msdn? if so search for "Connection Object (ADO)", "Command Object (ADO)", "Recordset Object (ADO)".
Online please look at:
http://www.msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?URL=/library/psdk/dasdk/ados4piv.htm

there are several articles about ADO.
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VB is ok I suppose, but I'm trying to find something using c++. Virually all the references I com across demonstrate using VB.

I'm particularly looking for examples of data binding in C++.
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by:MadYugoslav
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For start look in MSDN:

ADO Tutorial: ADO Tutorial (VC++)
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there's no difference between ADO VB an C++ object modell.
All objects and their attributes are identically. just look at msdn.
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I know there's no difference, but I would just prefer to look at examples in the language in which I'm programming
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