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hi please help me make a username with number .. im using stdio conio ctype and string as include thanks in advance

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Last Post by NathanOliver
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What do you mean by having a username made of numbers? Do you want a text username that gets encrypted into numbers?

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a username that combines number like nhez12 and password like nhez12 like that

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Well you can use the string type. The string type can hold pretty much every character that is on the standard us keyboard.

#include <string>
#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

int main()
{
    string username, password;
    cout << "Please enter a username: ";
    cin >> username;
    cout << "Please enter a password: ":
    cin >> password;
    cin.ignore(80, '\n');  // clear input buffer

    cout << "Username: " << username << endl;
    cout << "Password: " << password << endl;
    cin.get();  // pause program

    return 0;
}
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If you know hashing, you can create a simple hash function which takes username and some "key", hashes them to give you a unique password for that username. Here is a nice tutorial on hashing.

Edited by np complete

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nathan can you put code that it will loop for 5 times? because my prof requirements is
1. max of 15 char
2. only 5 tries loop
3. and 5 login tries
thank you

Edited by nheziscute22: lack of info

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The code I posted will run on a standard conforming complier but turbo c++ is not standard. We do not do your homework for you. You come up with the code and we will help you fix it.

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