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Posted 21 June 2012 - 08:35 PM
Posted 21 June 2012 - 09:03 PM
Why is SQL a bad choice? What are your requirements? How much data do you expect to store? Keep in mind that the SQL language is very expressive; you can do more with fewer lines of code than you can otherwise, SQL is very adapt to database changes, and SQL has already been invented; there's no need for you to reinvent it!
Apparently SQL is a bad choice and mostly used for online games and such.
Skyrim most likely uses some sort of SQL server. Flat file databases have (or may have) been phased out when memory/disk space requirements were tight (i.e., the DOS era).
How would something like Skyrim store data? Flat file databases?
I want to be able to manipulate some sort of database using Visual C# 2010.
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