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DarkSide SQL Mini Version 1, The embedded database

, 23 Mar 2006
An embedded database library in C++.
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    <td bgcolor="#CCCCCC"><h3><font color="#999999">DarkSide SQL Mini Help</font></h3></td>
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          <td><a href="index.htm">Home</a></td>
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          <td><a href="intro.htm">Introduction</a></td>
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          <td><a href="using.htm">Using The Library</a></td>
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          <td><strong>SQL Commands</strong></td>
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          <td><div align="center"><a href="sql_ct.htm">CREATE TABLE</a></div></td>
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          <td><div align="center"><a href="sql_dd.htm">DROP DATABASE</a></div></td>
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    <td width="398" valign="top"><p><strong> Date and Time</strong><br>
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        MyDate class is used by DarkSide SQL Mini to encapsulate a date. Objects 
        of this class can be used directly in your programs. MyDate supports all 
        comparison operators, and provide functions to get a date value in different 
        formats. Here is a code example that prints the date of publication of 
        books in a user defined format:</p>
      <p><code>ResultSet rslt = db.executeQuery(&quot;SELECT date_of_pub FROM 
        books&quot;);<br>
        while(rslt.next()) {<br>
        MyDate date = rslt.getDate(1);<br>
        cout &lt;&lt; date.getDate(&quot;DD/MM/YY&quot;) &lt;&lt; endl;<br>
        }</code></p>
      <p>For more information on the MyDate class, see the article &quot;A System 
        independent date class&quot; at <a href="http://www.codeproject.com/datetime/SysIndependentDate.asp">codeproject.com.</a></p>
      <p>The API also consists of a class called MyTime which can be used to encapsulate 
        time in &quot;HH:MM:SS&quot; format.</p></td>
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