Sample ADODB program in Visual Basic 6.0

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Hello fellow programmers. This is my second program that posted here in This is an easy to understand tutorial of database manipulation in vb 6.0 using adodb. Hope this will help you tmake a good system.

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sir can i ask for a sample program that covered a construction business ,monitoring of site and the flow of materials in every site tnx sir ...i need it for my system thank u pm me in [email protected] Godbless

Thanks JHERSoft, for uploading this this to,Have been looking for a good example.

Welcome, i hope that i'd help you alot with my sample program.

thanks for the code buddy...

Welcome buddy


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