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ODBC example for creating table,  insert using binding parameters

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Hi,
Can someone post an ODBC example in C that does the following?
The program needs to create a table first, then insert a field using binding parameters (SQLBindParameter)

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Jamie
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IBM does a remarkable job on documenting things. A lot of other firms could learn from it. So please visit

http://webdocs.caspur.it/ibm/udb-6.1/db2l0/index.htm

Another place you should not miss to check are the MSDN pages

and see wether you can't find what you're looking for.


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Friedrich
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