It’s a truism that major business applications, such as those performing system functions or principal business tasks, generally need a permanent data storage mechanism. However, even simple business utilities, such as a virus-scanning tool, need a database of sorts; for example, a file with all the virus definitions. So, what’s the best way to code your application to interact with databases? Visual Basic provides a wealth of tools and controls designed just to answer this question.
KeywordsData Environment Data Report Visual Basic Structure Query Language Database Program
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