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    Re: ODBC & Oracle

    Mister Paul McKenzie.
    Thank you very much indeed.
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    Re: ODBC & Oracle

    Thank you. I'll try.
    But I must use the same ODBC code for applications in Windows and Linux. As far as I know MFC are not usable for Linux, though ODBC can be used.
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    Re: ODBC & Oracle

    Thank you GCDEF.
    I'll use your recommendations for sure.
    Don't you have tested pure ODBC examples?
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    Re: C Compiler for bare metal

    Thank you.
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    Re: ODBC & Oracle

    I did not write "MSDN".
    There are many examples in MSDN which are for the professors's level.
    Sometimes examples are absent even in MSDN.
    Unfortunately, in the Internet you can find fake code...
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    Re: C Compiler for bare metal

    So many time, as much as possible to obtain non fake information.
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    Re: C++ in creating OS

    Thank you.
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    Re: C++ in creating OS

    Thank you.
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    Re: C Compiler for bare metal

    Intel processor.
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    Re: ODBC & Oracle

    Thank you.
    Because there are a lot of fake code with bad examples in the documentation, which are not suitable.
  11. Re: Using FILE class to write into txt file in DOS Codepage

    It means without starting operating system (OS) or without installed OS.
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    Thank you.
    By the way, could you tell me, which instrument must be used to create some bare metal utilities and OS ?
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    Re: ODBC & Oracle

    Thank you.
    Do you have some best of your examples using CDatabase ang CRecordset?
    Could you give the master secrets?
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    C Compiler for bare metal

    1. I want to create utilites to use in bare metal.
    2. I want to create my own OS.
    3. I want to create app that works with Oracle.
    Which compiler is best for thoese purposes?
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    ODBC & Oracle

    I want to see example of using ODBC & Oracle.
    Could someone give one?
    Which is the best book for ODBC & Oracle?
  16. Re: Using FILE class to write into txt file in DOS Codepage

    Thank you.
    Which OS do you use?
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    CharToOem
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    Instead of "My text." will be another text.
    I can not give you that text.
    I must to safe in two txt files:
    1. With MS-DOS Encoding.
    2. With MS-Windows Encoding.
  19. Using FILE class to write into txt file in DOS Codepage

    I'm using

    CString text;
    CString file_name;
    text = "My text.";
    file_name = "MyFile.txt";
    FILE *fp;
    fp = fopen(file_name, "w+");
    fprintf(fp, text + "\n");
    fclose(fp);
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    Re: C++ in creating OS

    Thank you.
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    Re: C++ in creating OS

    I need to create my own runtime library to have the C++ library interface to the OS.
    My OS will have it's own executable format, so I will need to create my own compiler, or at the least my own...
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    Re: C++ in creating OS

    Intel.
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    Re: C++ in creating OS

    I've understood you.
    And what compiler to use?
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    C++ in creating OS

    Which C++ compiler is the best to create new operating system ?
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