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From:Jonathan Wakely Date:January 3 2011 8:46pm
Subject:Re: Initialization of a Query object.
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On 3 January 2011 18:40, Eric Sepich wrote:
> In the code below is the '= conn.query();' essential? From reading the
> manual I know that a query can be placed inside quotes in conn.query() and a
> Query object is returned.
>
> Query queryb = conn.query();
> queryb << "SELECT * FROM sports_program where tf_database_key like 'SP%' and
> tf_game_date='"<<todaysdate<<"'";
> StoreQueryResult qsports_program=queryb.store();

In the time it took you to write that email you could have tried it
for yourself.

If it doesn't compile without it, it's probably essential.
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Initialization of a Query object.Eric Sepich3 Jan
  • Re: Initialization of a Query object.Jonathan Wakely3 Jan
    • Re: Initialization of a Query object.Tomalak Geret'kal3 Jan
      • Re: Initialization of a Query object.Jonathan Wakely3 Jan
      • Re: Initialization of a Query object.Warren Young3 Jan
        • Re: Initialization of a Query object.Eric Sepich3 Jan
          • Re: Initialization of a Query object.Warren Young3 Jan
            • Re: Initialization of a Query object.Tomalak Geret'kal4 Jan
              • Re: Initialization of a Query object.Jonathan Wakely4 Jan
            • Re: Initialization of a Query object.Eric Sepich4 Jan
          • Re: Initialization of a Query object.Tomalak Geret'kal4 Jan
  • Re: Initialization of a Query object.Adrian Cornish3 Jan