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I am going to develop a software that works with different databases and I'm considering whether to use .NET languages or C++. I've known that .NET features LINQ and ADO.NET but are there features ...
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What I'm wondering is how running programs communicate with each other, and if someone could post some sample code for how to do this, so I can try it out myself, just for educational purposes. For ...
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How do programs like JAVA and C++ store variables in a database , does it still use MySQL like in PHP? [closed]

I imagine they have to have some sort of query to goes to a database , or maybe I'm wrong and they can just store it to their computer? Is MySQL for server - side scripting only?
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I want to write a class A that has a method calculate(<params>). That method should calculate a value using database data. So I wrote a class Test_A for unit testing (TDD). The database access ...
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How should I encapsulate database access?

What are some examples of good class structures used to manage database access? I am a fan of class encapsulation and would prefer the containers (e.g. car) not to perform database tasks. I would ...
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non-volatile virtual memory for C++ containers

Is there a virtual memory management process that would allow a program to use the standard container structures and classes, but retain these structures and their data when the program is not running ...
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Database with version history?

I'm developing a game with a component-based architecture. I want to store entity descriptions in a SQLite database for compactness and convenience. Obviously the backend code is (and the database ...
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How can a Java programmer make the most of a new project in C or C++?

As a Java programmer, I'm looking to learn either C or C++ by writing a database manager. Obviously, Java shares many idioms with C and C++, but yet both bring vastly different program design ...