OTL 4.0, Examples for SQLite / ODBC

The examples below work with SQLite via ODBC.
  1. Example 277 (Simple Insert/Select/Update)
  2. Example 278 ("Incompatible datatypes in stream operation" exception)
  3. Example 279 (otl_datetime container and DATE/TIME/TIMESTAMP  table columns)
  4. Example 280 (otl_long_string container and a TEXT column)
  5. Example 281 (std::string and STL-compliant stream iterators)
  6. Example 282 (otl_stream::describe_select() with a simple Select)
  7. Example 283 (otl_stream and NULLs)
  8. Example 284 (OTL_ADD_NULL_TERMINATOR_STRING_SIZE)
  9. Example 474 (otl_long_string container and a BLOB column)
  10. Example 475 (Simple Insert/Select with VARBINARY datatype)
  11. Example 476 (Simple Insert/Select with BINARY datatype)
  12. Example 477 (Simple Insert/Select with VARBINARY datatype and otl_stream_read_iterator)
  13. Example 478 (Simple Insert/Select with BINARY datatype and otl_stream_read_iterator)
  14. Example 479  (otl_stream_read_iterator, "get by name" functions)
  15. Example 480 (Simple Insert/Select, otl_connect::operator<<, <<=, >>)

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