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my program still not working properly. This are the user Id that is supposed to read.


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//Project #1
#include <iostream.h>
#include <fstream.h>
#include <string.h>
int access ();
int main ()
{
     if (access ()==0)
     cout <<"Access succeful. \n ";
     return 0;
}
int access ()
{
     char userid[15],password [15],pass[15],user[15];
     char ans,close;
     ifstream fin;
     cout << " Please enter your user ID \n";
     cin  >> userid;
     cout << "Now please enter a password: \n";
     cin  >>password;
            fin.open("c:security.txt");
            while (fin>>user>>pass);
                      {
                         if (!strcmp(userid,user)&& !strcmp(password,pass)){
                              fin.close ();
                              return 0;
                              }
                         else if (userid!=user);
                         cout <<" wrong userid\n";
                         cout <<"denied";
                         }
     return -1;
}
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PLease help with this.
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int fCheckCred(char userid[15], char password[15])
{
      char user[15],pass[15];
      std::ifstream fin;
    fin.open("c:\\security.txt");
    while (fin>>user>>pass)
    {
            if (!strcmp(userid,user)&& !strcmp(password,pass)){
                fin.close ();
                return 0;
                  }
      }                
      fin.close ();                    
    return -1;
}

int _tmain()
{
      char userid[15],password [15];
     std::cout << " Please enter your user ID \n";
       std::cin  >> userid;
     std::cout << "Now please enter a password: \n";
     std::cin  >>password;
      if (fCheckCred(userid,password)==0){
            std::cout <<"Access succeful. \n ";
      }else{
            std::cout <<" wrong userid\n";
            std::cout <<"denied";
      }
      std::cin.get();
     return 0;
}

u still need to write input checks though.

Commented:
Hi bpatia,

Apologize for my english. I see that you are new in experts exchange site.
If you consider that your first question, was not properly answered, you must indicate it. You must not  open another question.
I have answered in first link
https://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Q_20883962.html

Best Regards
kar10s

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