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Robin Van den Broeck

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  1. Robin Van den Broeck

    [HTML5] Archaeology Game where to start

    Skills? DB? ...
  2. Robin Van den Broeck

    Best db for in C# and later C++

    My suggestion was to store data in a file on the server. Each client connects to the server and sends requests. The server stores its data in files after processing requests. [/quote] I can try that. Thanks
  3. Robin Van den Broeck

    Best db for in C# and later C++

    No, because they all need to access that data..
  4. Robin Van den Broeck

    Best db for in C# and later C++

    Thanks for the fast answer! But 1 more question: what's the best UI for MySQL? (Except PhpMyAdmin, I got bad experience with that one.) (PS. Sorry if my gram. and voc. isn't correct at all, I'm trying to do my best but I'm young and Dutch.)
  5. Robin Van den Broeck

    Best db for in C# and later C++

    Goals: Save user data Save prices (Requested from another server that's of me.) .. Cases: How do you mean? Load: 1 man - 5 men (It's a personal app for friends.) OS: Windows for testing, Linux if it's published.
  6. Robin Van den Broeck

    Best db for in C# and later C++

    Hello guys, I have a question for you. What's the best database for in C# and C++. (And a GUI, and no PhpMyAdmin please.)
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