ok wrapper...what gives???

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ok wrapper...what gives???

thirdshiftcoder
hi-

i am trying to use christian werners wrapper with
mixed results.  it recognizes the db version but
nothing prints out in the console of eclipse when i
run this code.
if anyone else is using it could you take a glance and
see why i am not getting a console print out of the
data? i get this version number for my console print
out.

3.2.1

i tested the table for data with the command line
utility.  it is the right table and the data is in
there.

thanks very much,
jim

package calcpackage;

import SQLite.Database;
import SQLite.Callback;

import java.lang.System;


import SQLite.TableResult;


/**
 * @author HP_Owner
 *
 * TODO To change the template for this generated type
comment go to
 * Window - Preferences - Java - Code Style - Code
Templates
 */
public class calc {
        static final String JDBC_DRIVER ="SQLite.JDBCDriver";
        static final String DATABASE_URL =
"jdbc:sqlite://C:/calcDB/t1.db";
       
       
         
        public static void main(String args[])
        {
               
        try
        {
               
                 
                SQLite.Database d4 = new SQLite.Database();
                   d4.open("t1.db",0);
                  System.out.print(d4.get_table("select * from
mytbl"));
                  System.out.print(d4.dbversion());
                   
                   d4.close();
        }
        catch(SQLite.Exception myException)
        {
                myException.printStackTrace();
        }
       
        }
       
       
}



               
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