I'm working with the 2.1.1 version of mysql++ getting data out of a 5.1.7 version of
In my code, I have been assigning to a std::string type the output from a row or
row.at() and noticed the strings contain quotes. If I print out the string and expect it
to contain foo, It comes out as 'foo'. Is there a way in the mysql++ api to turn off
emitting the quotes or do I have to trim the string using the string's api?
Also, I would like to avoid having a 'NULL' emitted when fields contain a NULL. I would
like to emit an empty string or zero(0) instead.
As always, I appreciate any help you can give on this....steve---
Steven J Orton
Northrop Grumman Mission Systems
Middletown, RI 02842