Programming a script and using a dB.

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    Programming a script and using a dB.

    The title may seem abit out there, and does not apply that much.
    Anyway, I`m new to c++ coding in general, I`ve been trying some html, php and batch coding but not hardcore.

    What I`m looking for is a script that allowes me to get/write and store it into a db(database). I have the things I want to be able to get/edit in a xl (ms exel dokument). I want to be able to enter a few numbers in an x- text field and then automatical it search thrugh the db for a similar code(text).

    If you have any tips, suggestions, or guides how I should get started it whould be great.

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    So you want to write your own C++ program that does everything mentioned?

    BTW, C++ programs aren't usually called "scripts".
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    ah, yes.
    Well i need to script it in order to complie it afterwards. Anyway I think you got the picture.

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    no replies ?

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    Don't bump threads. (What I meant about the "script" thing is that they're usually called "programs" or "source files" or something.)

    If you have any tips, suggestions
    Did you try google?
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    Sry, about bumping the thread, no I havent managed to find anything on gogle.

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    There are a few messages on the windows forum, written by Fordy (I think), which deal with interfacing with excel (spelling excel right would be a big help in searching).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salem
    There are a few messages on the windows forum, written by Fordy (I think), which deal with interfacing with excel (spelling excel right would be a big help in searching).
    lol, yeah thanks!

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