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OleDbConnection coldb = new OleDbConnection(@"Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;Data Source=C:\Users\Souri\Documents\Database3.accdb;;Jet OLEDB:Database Password=123;");
OleDbCommand command = new OleDbCommand();
command.Connection = coldb;
command.CommandText = "INSERT INTO PhoneBook ([name],[phone num]) VALUES (@param1,@param2)";
command.Parameters.AddWithValue("@param1", textBox_name.Text);
command.Parameters.AddWithValue("@param2", textBox_num.Text);
command.CommandType = CommandType.Text;
textBox3.AppendText(textBox_name.Text + "       " + textBox_num.Text);
MessageBox.Show("your contact saved successfully");
Posted 1-Oct-12 13:48pm
Edited 1-Oct-12 19:02pm
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 1-Oct-12 19:47pm

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First, Qt. The answer is "yes", but in the following trivial sense: Qt is the framework for GUI development, so it has nothing to do with your code, which looks like ADO.NET. Please see:[^],[^],[^].

Second, NetBeans. The answer is "no", in two related senses of this word. If you mean a platform framework for Java, your code has nothing to do with Java, please see the last link above. If you mean the NetBeans IDE, I never heard it supported .NET, I'm pretty much sure it does not. Please see:[^],[^].

And finally, if we also pay attention for the tag "C++", the general answer will be "no" if you really mean "C++", and not "C++/CLI" (most likely, the only one kind of C++ which can be used for .NET), because your code sample is in C#. If you nevertheless mean "C++/CLI", it should be noted that you can easily re-write your code sample into C++/CLI, because a .NET language is a .NET language. Please see:[^],[^],[^],[^],[^],[^],[^],[^].

As a conclusion, I must note that the question does not make a whole lot of sense, so I tried to answer formally, but in an informative way.


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