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ORA-00933 error! I am use VC.net and OTL(oracle template library)

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my table "imgdata":
   id         number(5);
   name   varchar2(20); the value is like "andy"
   hand    varchar2(2); the value is "R" or "L"
   finger   varchar2(2);

my function:
void cmd_check(char* handval)
{
char* a = "select count(id) from imgdata where hand =: val<char[2]>";
otl_stream o(10,a,db);
o.set_commit(0);
o<<(char *)handval;
int b;
o>>b;
printf("%d\n",b);
}
main()
{
......
cmd_check("R");
......
}
When I run this funtion,I get the ORA-00933: SQL command not properly ended error.While when I input SQL command blew int SQL/PLUS:
select count(id) from imgdata where hand = 'R';
I get the correct output.How could the error happened? I cann't find the problem by myself.Please help me.
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by:Helena Marková
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Did you try this directly ?
char* a = "select count(id) from imgdata where hand ='R' ";

It is just a tip, I am not familiar with VC.net and OTL.
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O, I find the problem! It's blank!
the otl parameter format should like :
"select count(id) from imgdata where hand = :val<char[2]>";
the "colon" should close with the parameter ,not equal mark!

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