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Old Sep 24th, 2009, 9:40 PM   #11
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Re: Sqlite Starter Program

How to link them together will depend on the compiler. What operating system are you using? If its *nix then most likely you are using gnu gcc or g++. If you are using one of MS-Windows operating systems then you could be using one of several different compilers.

You can tell what compiler you are using by paying attention to how you build programs.

BTW: This assumes you already have a basic understanding of C or C++ language. If you don't then you are way over your head in deep water; swim quickly back to shore and learn the language before attempting this.
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