How do I combine xcode with MySql?

Posted on 2011-04-30
Last Modified: 2013-12-26
I am new to xcode so I want to produce a simple example using MySql. I have produced a field in Interface Builder (xcode 4) and made a simple MySql database. Now I need someone to give me a tutorial or some similar code for me to learn from example to get data into, or out of, the database. Can anyone give me that?

If no one have have an example from xcode 4, I guess can make my way around using xcode 3
Question by:ToreJohn

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    Here's about a dozen messages about it on the MySQL forums:,51324,51324#msg-51324

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    I got some help from the MySql examples, but since I am familiar with MySql that was the easy bit.

    I still do not know the best way to mix Xcode 4 and MySql.

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