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Access CDDB servers

Submitted on: 1/1/2015 2:38:00 AM
By: PJ Naughter (from psc cd)  
Level: Beginner
User Rating: By 3 Users
Compatibility: C++ (general)
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     MfcCDDB v1.11 A freeware MFC class to support access to CDDB servers Welcome to MfcCDDB, a collection of freeware MFC classes to support access to the Compact Disc DataBases on the Internet. CDDB is an information database containing artist, disc title, track titles, and other information for digital audio compact discs. Over time, this archive has grown to contain a substantial collection of CD information and is continuing to grow at a rapid rate. This database can be accessed by applications via the CDDB server hosts that have been set up on the Internet around the world. The CDDB data format and the CDDB servers are designed to be open, and are used by many client applications requiring CD information. CDDB has become the de facto standard for Internet access of compact disc information. Most new CD players have support for this open standard such as the Deluxe CD player in Windows 2000 and in the Plus Pack for 98. The enclosed zip file contains the MfcCDDB source code and a simple test program which exercises all class API's. PJ Naughter at
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