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You can use the libdap C++ implementation of the OPeNDAP client protocol to create your own OPeNDAP client.  Refer to the [http://www.opendap.org/api/pref/html/index.html C++ library reference] for details about each of the classes in the library.  The sections below provide short overviews of how to use the library classes.
 
You can use the libdap C++ implementation of the OPeNDAP client protocol to create your own OPeNDAP client.  Refer to the [http://www.opendap.org/api/pref/html/index.html C++ library reference] for details about each of the classes in the library.  The sections below provide short overviews of how to use the library classes.
  
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Revision as of 21:25, 6 October 2009

You can use the libdap C++ implementation of the OPeNDAP client protocol to create your own OPeNDAP client. Refer to the C++ library reference for details about each of the classes in the library. The sections below provide short overviews of how to use the library classes.

Connect Classes
For managing the connection between the client and the server.
Data Classes
For managing the returned data.