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From:lists Date:September 19 2008 8:01am
Subject:RE: Trouble with datatype 'TIME'
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Hello again,

sorry for spoiling the list, my bad.

some more information on this issue:

a simple

cout << res[0][0] << endl;

is delivering the correct result.

I did not read the interface definition correctly:

mysqlpp::sql_time tt("07:42:43");
cout << tt.hour() << ":" << tt.minute() << ":" <<
tt.second() << endl;

hour(), minute() and second() are delivering unsigned char's, i.e. BYTEs, I have read
const char*.

Sorry again.
Trouble with datatype 'TIME'lists19 Sep
RE: Trouble with datatype 'TIME'lists19 Sep
  • Re: Trouble with datatype 'TIME'Warren Young19 Sep