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prez
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I need some code to build a login function. Can anyone help as I am completely new to C?
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greg hicks
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HI prez,

I see you are new to C/C++ language.

Prez, you will really need to get into the language and do some reading.

I can highly recommend you start with books by Bruce Eckel which are designed with beginners in mind.

After that there is The Complete C++ Reference by Herbert Schildt, Effective C++ by Scott Meyers, Learning C++ by Eric Nagler, The C++ Programming Language by Bjarne Stroustrup. By no means is this exhasutive.

I suggest you get the language and its elements and beauty (or ugly bits) in hand before tackling log in code.

Your request is a bit vague in that you have not described if you are creating a login to a secure system (eg a web system) to a database or you want something for a login at a command prompt like Unix.

Please do ask questions about the language, and take the time to learn. Big Grin!
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Post ID #4300 (Level 1.1)  Reply to 4219
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And if you are working in an all-MS shop, I would also highly recomment Visual Studio.Net. The new version of Visual C++ is astoundingly similar to Borland's C++Builder, and just as easy and enjoyable to work with!
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Post ID #8713 (Level 1.2)  Reply to 4219
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It would also help a lot to know what environment you are working in ie. Programming in Builder, hacking out code in VI editor on Linux or something inbetween. I highly recomend "Borland C++ Builder for Dummies" help book if you're starting out in that environment. Most of my class mates were making themselves login sceens to restrict use of their PC's after only a few weeks of our start up course. Good Luck
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Reply Posted 12/18/2002 9:42:00 PM
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