On Thu, 2003-04-24 at 05:48, Mike Hillyer wrote:
> Hi nitin;
> Well, first of all, there are VB / MySQL users, it's just that most Visual
> Basic programmers are in the MyODBC mailing list, since we need MyODBC to
> interact with MySQL. You also need to use the term VB in your subject line,
> looking through the archives, I see no mention of VB in your subject lines
> up until now. I do keep an eye on the Main list, and answer anything I can
> where the subject line mentions VB or ADO, but I do not always have the time
> to read every message and therefore pick out yours.
> As for being an idiot, I would not think so, VB has more developers than any
> other programming language. So, while it may not be the besta at everything,
> it is popular. I find it suitable for my uses.
> Mike Hillyer
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nitin Nanivadekar [mailto:emailnitin@stripped]
> Sent: Thursday, April 24, 2003 3:53 AM
> To: mysql@stripped
> Subject: looks like ev'body has some apathy @VB
> i am a VB developer & use Mysql. most of the times
> when i ask Q involving VB i don't get replies.
> is it that i am an idiot doing both at the same time
> or is it that mysql (gpl) discards VB (often hard
As Mike said, all ODBC related questions(VB, ADO, ADO, RDO, .NET, ..)
*must* be asked in MyODBC list (myodbc@stripped); then you can
expect a definite answer.
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