Publisher: MIS, 1987, 312 pages
C Database Development provides all the tools programmers need for writing C data base programs. This book covers data base design in depth, using the features of C language to implement a Data Definition and Data Manippulation Language.
In terms programmers understand, Al Stevens teaches data base theory and design and provides a complete package of data base management software in C language source code. The code has been tested with over ten different compilers, including Turbo C, Microsoft C, Lattice C, and Aztec C86. In addition, the author provides details on how to adapt the code for particular compilers.
Stevens gives you CDATA, The Cheap Data Base Management System, which includes:
An additional feature is the Consultant's Billing System, a sample application that demonstrates how the applications programs are built with the CDATA data base management system.
This is so old that it points out differences between MS and Lattice C compilers. Avoid at all costs.