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Hello.. i was able to connect my sqlite3 and c++ fine.. but i wanted to know what commend i use to insert data into my  tables .this is what i have so far. thank you also how do i create another table with a varchar value? so for example something like FirstName VarChar (50) , NULL :) thanks guys/gals

  #include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include "sqlite3.h"

sqlite3* db;
char* db_err;

int main(int argc, char** argv) {

    db_err="AircraftTransponder";

    sqlite3_open(db_err, &db);
    sqlite3_exec(db,"create table 'HelloWorld'(id integer);", NULL, 0, &db_err);
	sqlite3_exec(db,"create table 'test'(id integer);", NULL,0,&db_err);
	sqlite3_exec(db,"create table 'bhayani'(id integer);", NULL,0,&db_err);
    sqlite3_close(db);
    return (EXIT_SUCCESS);
}  

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use the query "insert into helloWorld values (123);"

create another table

sqlite3_exec(db,"create table newtable(vccol varchar(10));", NULL, 0, &db_err);

The varchar(10) can be omitted. SQLite fields are type-less, but it is useful for your own reference.
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thank you
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