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ADO wraper class in C++

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I am looking for some sample code to build a ADO wraper class in C++.  I am using Access 2003 as the database.
#import "msado15.dll"  rename("EOF", "ADOEOF")
#import "msadox.dll" no_namespace

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Maybe the following article can help you here: http://www.codeproject.com/KB/database/caaadoclass1.aspx ("A set of ADO classes - version 2.20 - Simple database access using an ADO class.")
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