What programming lang. to read/write Database

March 17, 2011 at 01:00:20
Specs: Windows XP
I'm very new into databases, and was wondering what programming language can read/write or any other actions to databases.

And if anyone guide me with what database I should start.

Thanks,

MUs

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#1
March 17, 2011 at 02:01:15
Most programming languages provide routines to connect to databases, although you need to study SQL to actually do the actions.

Do you already use a programming language, and do you have a particular database in mind? If not you should look at PHP and MySQL which work together very well, particularly for web programming. Googling those two terms should provide a lot of information.

But, if it's general Windows programming, have a look at Visual C# Express and Microsoft SQL Server Express. Again, these combine together niceley and there is plenty of online information.


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#2
March 17, 2011 at 03:30:16
Thank-you for your re-ply.

I know Windows NT batch yeah, but that isn't a real programming language.
Only I know is Microsoft Office Access 2003-2007 and have noob experience lol.

Just new interested in database's. Combining with any programming language should be more interesting.

I dont like web programming language's so I'll have a look at Visual C# Express and Microsoft SQL Server Express.

Thanks for all the info.

Kind Regards,

MUs

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#3
August 14, 2011 at 23:54:06
It is also depend on size of the database you want to develop. Since you are already in MS access, you can have a database in Access and develop code in VBA for data entry, navigation, reporting. With MS Access your data can be collected, edited, displayed, reported....but still you should have the basic of SQL as mentioned earlier. if you are interested look for Alison Balter Access 2007 development. cheers

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