Need help comparing db field values in c++

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    >>> the July 4th holiday.

    We don't have that here.

    I don't really see how we can help you, or you can help yourself, if we can't get some output from your application.

    Are you sure you are trying to get output from the right place? Can you run the code that is failing in a debugger? We really are clutching at straws here.

    You saay you can't compile the file output stuff. Have you tried compiling a real basic program like I gave you to try to narrow down the problem? What errors did your compiler give you when you added the code?
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    I have not looked at it since we last talked.

    I will look at it again to see what errors are being displayed when I try to compile with the file output code you gave me added in. I know that there were a great deal of errors when I tried last claiming many different potential causes. I will look into using the debugger as well.

    I know what you are trying to accomplish and I will continue to try to get some sort of confirmation that the info that is being compared is correct. I have been reading up on ofstream as well.

    Thanks for all of your effort, I know that you can not do much more. I will continue to work on it, and will let you know when I get further with it.

    Thanks again,

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    I have not looked at it since we last talked.

    I will look at it again to see what errors are being displayed when I try to compile with the file output code you gave me added in. I know that there were a great deal of errors when I tried last claiming many different potential causes. I will look into using the debugger as well.

    I know what you are trying to accomplish and I will continue to try to get some sort of confirmation that the info that is being compared is correct. I have been reading up on ofstream as well.

    Thanks for all of your effort, I know that you can not do much more. I will continue to work on it, and will let you know when I get further with it.

    Thanks again,

    M

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    Good luck.

    BTW, did you mean to post that twice? I notice the date/times are very different - sometimes the board screws up and double posts but usually the time is the same?
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