December 2, 1999

Write to a Database Using SQL and ASP

n previous 10-Minute Solutions, I have covered how to retrieve data from a database and display it in the browser. The complement to that functionality is getting data from the user and updating your database. You can write to a database using a couple of different techniques. You can write

Compiling Machine Code with GCJ

pen Source Java development tools are finally on the rise and the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) is helping to lead the charge. GCC was originally just a C compiler, but support for Objective-C and C++ were quickly added. Since then, it has provided an invaluable service to cross-platform developers, providing

Using Command Line Arguments

Editor’s Note: Code in this Solution has been updated since its original publication. ne of the virtually forgotten features of Visual Basic is the ability to accept command-line parameters when an application is executed. Even with a GUI available to you, there are some cases in which you need to