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Associated article: Extending Windows CE 2.0 MFC Database Classes

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Published source code accompanying the article by John C. Schettino, in which he presents a set of Windows CE database classes and subclasses of the 2.0 MFC classes that provide an object-oriented wrapper to the basic database search API. Also see CEQUERY.ZIP

					Extending the Windows CE 2.0 MFC Database Classes

by John C. Schettino, Jr.

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