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Posted on 2001-08-03
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AnsiString secret=InputBox("Veri.","password","Default");

if (Session->AddPassword(secret)==false)
  {ShowMessage("Can not open the file");
   Application->Terminate();}
  else{
  return;//continue
);
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Question by:Johncili
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by:kulina
ID: 6349165
AnsiString secret=InputBox("Veri.","password","Default");

if (Session->AddPassword(secret)==false)
 {ShowMessage("Can not open the file");
  Application->Terminate();}
 else{
 return;//continue
);  <- change ');' to '}' (without quotes of course)

Rgds.

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by:smitty1276
ID: 6349439
What error are you getting?
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Author Comment

by:Johncili
ID: 6349583
AnsiString secret=InputBox("Veri.","password","Default");

if (Session->AddPassword(secret)==false)  <<======= ???
{ShowMessage("Can not open the file");
 Application->Terminate();}
else{
return;//continue
}

Can not run. See where ??? shows.
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by:Triskelion
ID: 6349616
Please compile this in DEBUG mode and trace through the steps.

When the program fails, copy the error message and paste it here.

If the program will not compile, please copy the error message you get from the compiler and paste it here so we can see it.
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by:Johncili
ID: 6349788
     Char *buf1 = "aaa", *buf2;int ptr;
      buf2=InputBox("Veri.","password","Default");
      ptr = strcmp(buf2, buf1);
         if (ptr >0 || ptr <0)
           {ShowMessage("Wrong! ");
            Application->Terminate();}
         else {};

  buf2=InputBox("Veri.","password","Default"); ????
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Author Comment

by:Johncili
ID: 6349793
C++ Error: Cannot convert 'AnsiString' to'char*'??

How to modify?
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Expert Comment

by:Triskelion
ID: 6349851
I'm not familiar with AnsiString.
Try
Session->AddPassword((char *)secret)
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mnashadka earned 200 total points
ID: 6350458
Use Session->AddPassword(secret.c_str());
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by:null_pointer
ID: 6354125
To convert the string to AnsiString you could use the
UnicodeToAnsi  and the
AnsiToUnicode

functions
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