OTL 4.0, Examples for Oracle, Unicode

The examples below show how to use OTL/ODBC with Oracle and Unicode based strings (NVARCHAR, NCHAR, NCLOB). In  C++, all string data is represented as  2-byte Unicode characters.  In order to enable OTL/ODBC and Unicode, the following #defines need to be defined: #define OTL_ODBC, #define OTL_UNICODE.
  1. Example 274  (Simple Unicode Insert/Select and NVARCHAR2 strings)
  2. Example 275 (Simple Unicode Insert/Select with NCLOB)
  3. Example 276 (Simple Unicode Insert/Select with NCLOB, and LOB streams)

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