ADO 2.6 Programmer's Reference

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Wrox Press, 2000 - Computers - 689 pages
The ADO 2.6 Programmer's Reference provides a concise and comprehensive guide to the ways in which ADO 2.6 can be used in all kinds of applications. It demonstrates the use of ADO both in Web applications written using ASP, and in compiled applications written using Visual Basic and other languages. It also includes a reference section for fast access to detailed lists of the properties, methods and events available in ADO.

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Contents

Introduction
1
What Is ADO?
7
Language Differences
24
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

David Sussman is a full-time writer, having authored more than 25 books. He likes bringing new technology to the public, and therefore spends much of his time working with alpha and beta copies of Microsoft products. He is one of the certified Microsoft "Software Legends.

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