Now we write code to perform the operations described in this article. In the first line of code, an instance of a Sql Connection is created.
In the finally block I am closing the Sql Connection by the Close() method.
Most available options simply sound far too harsh and bright to my ears, especially for fingerstyle playing on the small-bodied guitars I favor.
You are responsible for updating the strings files when you change the user interface or add user-facing text to your code.
If you want to manage your own strings files, first add the languages you want to support to your project, as described in Important: Alternatively, Xcode will automatically generate the strings files and add them to your project if you export localizations, edit the XLIFF files (which contain the strings files), and import them, as described in After importing localizations or adding languages, you can view the different language folders in the Finder.
I wrote last week about my experiment with silk-and-steel strings.
It’s the latest chapter in my ongoing search for the right acoustic strings.
Another important feature of My Sqli is the Prepared Statements, it allows us to write query just once and then it can be executed repeatedly with different parameters.
Prepared Statements significantly improves performance on larger table and more complex queries.: Below is the code to fetch multiple records as an associative array.The returned array holds the strings fetched from database, where the column names will be the key used to access the internal data.To view the language folders in the Finder, Control-click the project in the project navigator and choose “Show in Finder” from the shortcut menu.The project folder should contain one folder named file used to localize bundle properties, such as the app name.Can this short tutorial really impart useful knowledge that can actually be applied?