Odbc, Visual Basic Programming

ODBC 

The ODBC gives an API which distinguishes the data base vendors implementation via the ODBC drivers specific to a DBMS. The program will use the API to call the ODBC driver manager that passes the calls to the particular driver. The driver interacts with the DBMS by using the Structured Query Language (SQL).

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