Can anyone give me a sample password verification program in c++?
The user should type a password and the compiler should check if its right or wrong and display. -- advance thanks.
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You mean when user types password should be shown in screen ????if not it is just like comparing two strings using strcmp
the original password is already in the program. the compiler just need to verify if the user entered password is right.
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#others like stdio and all
#lets consider s1 has password and s2 has entered password.
do whatever you want
ya but how to compare two arrays? (one array is the original password and the other one is the one entered by the user.)
@geo:I would like to know more about the result,don't forget to use string header file(
strcpy didnt work
it is just comparing the first letter of the password. not the entire string. can you please give the c++ program for this?
Check this out http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/programming-9/comparing-char-arrays-46831/