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    A good advanced C Book with....

    Hello World! =D .... My First Post Here

    I'm Looking for a book that explain things like how to make DLL's, Threads, Database Connection.

    Any sugestion?

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    Don't you mean a beginners book?
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    No, i have a lot of begineer's book and nothing about DLL, threads or database connections... just, types, pointers, structures, pointers to structures, enums, unions and etc...

    if you are sooo good at the point of consider DLL's and Threads beginneer stuff, tell me one of yours "begineers" book .

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    Because it doesn't take a whole "advanced book" just to tell you how to create a DLL.

    A FAQ or a reference manual page is typically all you need.

    Such things are very SPECIFIC to whatever OS/Compiler you're using. Since you didn't mention any of this stuff, expect vague answers (or none at all).
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    Google for:
    "<your OS> C threads" for the threads part.
    "Create DLL C" (possibly add your compiler here, such as visual studio)
    "<the database you want to access> from C" for the database part.

    You should really get used to using google and reading manuals/reference pages.

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