Is Interoperability Achievable with ODBC?: Slide 5 of 10.
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ODBC provides functions to connect to a database (e.g. SQLConnect).
After the connection has been established, Sequel statements can be executed over that connection. This is done as follows: The statement (supplied as an Sequel string) is prepared with SQLPrepare, parameters are bound to the statement with SQLBindParameter, and finally the statement is executed with SQLExecute. After buffers for the values to be returned have been bound with SQLBindCol, the results of an Sequel statement can be retrieved with SQLFetch. A statement can be executed repeatedly with different parameter values.