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I need to write an application which can access an SQL database. The decision which one to take is not yet done. I want to make my program as platform independant as possible.

The thing is, when I start work using the Borland C++ 5 compiler, will my program ever be able to be compiled successfully on a Linux system?
Is the Borland C++ 5 Standard compiler capable of opening ODBC connections? I want to write my own SQL Strings and I don't a DB designer or something like that. I just want to send and read data using pure SQL.

I'm not experienced with C++ at all, but learned much about C and Java. My choice was C++ because of its OO capabilities in combination with all the options C offers, as a compromise between these both.
That's why I'm asking questions like these. ;-)

I'm not a bloody beginner. I have most experience in VB6 (nearly 2.5 years), but I want to get far, far away from VB.
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Hello
 
  ODBC is Microsoft technology for Windows, so I'm not sure if it's works in Linux

  I'm not working Borland C++, just Borland Delphi, in Delphi you can Compile your application under Linux using Kylix, also in Kylix 3, it's support C++ language under Linux
 
  as I said, I haven't worked with BC++, but if I'm right, BC++ support the ANSI C and C++, so if you use standard C++ it will compile under linux, but if you use Borland library that's comes with BC++, I don't think that will compile under linux except if there's an edition of BC++ for Linux

Best regards
Mohammed Nasman
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