How To: Insert data into a MySQL DB using Connector/C++

I created a guide to using MySQL Connector/C++ for a class a while back which showed a not-too-pretty way to put data into a DB, and I created a second part using prepared statements, locking, rollbacks and all that other good stuff – then I never posted it! Well, no more ;)

MySQL Connector/C++ Guide - Part 2

Details: MySQL & Connector/C++ Introductory Guide – Part 2 of 2
Format: Powerpoint 2003 (Best readability in Powerpoint 2003 onwards, LibreOffice and OpenOffice)
Slide Count: 19
Link: MySQL-Connector-Guide-Part-2.zip

If you find anything that needs correcting feel free to let me know! Cheers!

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