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C database with formdesigns

i want to know how to connect clangauge and database(backend) like sqlserver or msaccess etc which csoftware is used to connect database i want only just two field and also i want know how to calculate one form details in other form and also i request which free csoftware to connect database and to create form designs please mention webaddress to freedown the csoftware which is support to database connections and form designs i want simple programs and how to connect c and database with steps and explanations please send all the details to my email id

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Re: c database with formdesigns

You are at least by looking at what you are trying to do familair with far more than the average user. On the other hand you have not supplied the names of what you are doing or as good a description of the problem as might be necessary to pose a meaningful solution. suggestion is you check faq's at your suppliers website, google the internet with your specific problem, and go to your O/S suppliers website (i.e. the Microsoft knowledge base) for more help.

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