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Hi experts (:
i want translate this code to delphi please.
thank you.
#include <stdio.h>

#include <stdlib.h>

#include <string.h>

#include <windows.h>
 

#define DELTA     0x4;
 

void Encrypt(LPSTR lpBuffer, DWORD dwLen)

{

  DWORD i;

     

     if(!lpBuffer || !dwLen)

        return;

     

     for(i = 0; i < dwLen; i++)

      {

         lpBuffer[i] += DELTA;

      }

}
 

void Decrypt(LPSTR lpBuffer, DWORD dwLen)

{

  DWORD i;

     

     if(!lpBuffer || !dwLen)

        return;

     

     for(i = 0; i < dwLen; i++)

      {

         lpBuffer[i] -= DELTA;

      }

}
 

int main(int argc, char ** argv)

{ 

  char Buffer[256] = {0}; 

  int  BufferLen;

     

     if(argc < 2)

        return 1;

     

     BufferLen = strlen(argv[1]);

     

     if(BufferLen >= sizeof(Buffer))

        return 1;

        

     memcpy(Buffer, argv[1], BufferLen);

     Encrypt(Buffer, BufferLen);

     

     system("cls");

     printf("String: %s", Buffer);

     

     getchar(); 

 

  return 1;

}
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

// next \\
 
 

#include <stdio.h>

#include <stdlib.h>

#include <string.h>

#include <windows.h>
 

#define DELTA     0x4;
 

void Encrypt(LPSTR lpBuffer, DWORD dwLen)

{

  DWORD i;

     

     if(!lpBuffer || !dwLen)

        return;

     

     for(i = 0; i < dwLen; i++)

      {

         lpBuffer[i] += DELTA;

      }

}
 

void Decrypt(LPSTR lpBuffer, DWORD dwLen)

{

  DWORD i;

     

     if(!lpBuffer || !dwLen)

        return;

     

     for(i = 0; i < dwLen; i++)

      {

         lpBuffer[i] -= DELTA;

      }

}
 

int main(int argc, char ** argv)

{ 

  char Buffer[256] = {0}; 

  int  BufferLen;

     

     if(argc < 2)

        return 1;

     

     BufferLen = strlen(argv[1]);

     

     if(BufferLen >= sizeof(Buffer))

        return 1;

        

     memcpy(Buffer, argv[1], BufferLen);

     Decrypt(Buffer, BufferLen);

     

     system("cls");

     printf("String: %s", Buffer);

     

     getchar(); 

 

  return 1;

}

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Question by:MelissaCandyGirl
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by:Russell Libby
Russell Libby earned 200 total points
ID: 24307223
I am only doing one project example, because the only diff between the 2 is that one decrypts and the other encrypts. Basically a one line change.

Delphi source for console app:

program Project1;
{$APPTYPE CONSOLE}
uses
  Windows,
  SysUtils;

const
  DELTA             =  $04;

procedure Encrypt(lpBuffer: PChar; dwLen: DWORD);
var  i:          DWORD;
begin

  if (Assigned(lpBuffer) and (dwLen > 0)) then
  begin
     for i:=0 to Pred(dwLen) do
     begin
        lpBuffer[i]:=Chr(Byte(lpBuffer[i]) + DELTA);
     end;
  end;

end;

procedure Decrypt(lpBuffer: PChar; dwLen: DWORD);
var  i:          DWORD;
begin

  if (Assigned(lpBuffer) and (dwLen > 0)) then
  begin
     for i:=0 to Pred(dwLen) do
     begin
        lpBuffer[i]:=Chr(Byte(lpBuffer[i]) - DELTA);
     end;
  end;

end;

procedure ReadKey;
var  lpInput:       INPUT_RECORD;
     dwRead:        DWORD;
begin

  // Clear struct
  System.FillChar(lpInput, SizeOf(KEY_EVENT_RECORD), 0);

  // Read one keystroke from the input buffer
  while ReadConsoleInput(GetStdHandle(STD_INPUT_HANDLE), lpInput, 1, dwRead) do
  begin
     // Ensure that it is a key up event
     if (lpInput.EventType = KEY_EVENT) and not(lpInput.Event.KeyEvent.bKeyDown) then
     begin
        // Done processing
        break;
     end;
     // Clear struct
     System.FillChar(lpInput, SizeOf(KEY_EVENT_RECORD), 0);
  end;

end;

procedure ClearScreen;
var  cbi:           CONSOLE_SCREEN_BUFFER_INFO;
     coScreen:      COORD;
     dwWrite:       DWORD;
begin

  // Set new cursor's starting position
  System.FillChar(coScreen, SizeOf(coScreen), 0);

  // Get screen buffer info
  if GetConsoleScreenBufferInfo(GetStdHandle(STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE), cbi) then
  begin
     // Fill the entire screen with blanks
     FillConsoleOutputCharacter(GetStdHandle(STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE), #32, cbi.dwSize.X * cbi.dwSize.Y, coScreen, dwWrite);
     // Position the cursor
     SetConsoleCursorPosition(GetStdHandle(STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE), coScreen);
  end;

end;

var
  Buffer:           Array [0..255] of Char;
  BufferLen:        Integer;
  Arg:              String;

begin

  FillChar(Buffer, SizeOf(Buffer), 0);

  if (ParamCount < 1) then
     ExitCode:=1
  else
  begin
     Arg:=ParamStr(1);
     BufferLen:=Length(Arg);
     if (BufferLen >= SizeOf(Buffer)) then
        ExitCode:=1
     else
     begin
        Move(Pointer(Arg)^, Buffer, BufferLen);

        // The only difference between the two projects is calling encrypt / decrypt
        //    Encrypt(@Buffer, BufferLen);
        //    Decrypt(@Buffer, BufferLen);

        Encrypt(@Buffer, BufferLen);

        // Clear the screen
        ClearScreen;

        // Dump the string
        Write(Format('String: %s', [Buffer]));

        // Wait for key
        ReadKey;

        // Done
        ExitCode:=1;

     end;
  end;

end.

----

Regards,
Russell

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program Q_24381988;
 

{$APPTYPE CONSOLE}
 

uses

  Windows;
 

const

  DELTA = $4;
 

procedure Encrypt(var Buffer: String; Length: DWORD);

var

  I : DWORD;

begin

  If (Buffer = '') Or (Length <= 0) Then Exit;

  For I := 1 To Length Do

    begin

    Buffer[I] := Char(Byte(Buffer[I]) + DELTA);

  end;

end;
 

procedure Decrypt(var Buffer: String; Length: DWORD);

var

  I : DWORD;

begin

  If (Buffer = '') Or (Length <= 0) Then Exit;

  For I := 1 To Length Do

    begin

    Buffer[I] := Char(Byte(Buffer[I]) - DELTA);

  end;

end;
 

var

  Output : String;

  BufferLen : Integer;

begin

  If ParamCount < 1 Then Exit;

  BufferLen := Length(ParamStr(1));

  If BufferLen >= 256 Then Exit;

  Output := ParamStr(1);

  SetLength(Output,BufferLen);

  Encrypt(Output,BufferLen);

  Writeln('String: ' + Output);

  Readln;

end.
 
 

// next \\
 
 

program Q_24381988_2;
 

{$APPTYPE CONSOLE}
 

uses

  Windows;
 

const

  DELTA = $4;
 

procedure Encrypt(var Buffer: String; Length: DWORD);

var

  I : DWORD;

begin

  If (Buffer = '') Or (Length <= 0) Then Exit;

  For I := 1 To Length Do

    begin

    Buffer[I] := Char(Byte(Buffer[I]) + DELTA);

  end;

end;
 

procedure Decrypt(var Buffer: String; Length: DWORD);

var

  I : DWORD;

begin

  If (Buffer = '') Or (Length <= 0) Then Exit;

  For I := 1 To Length Do

    begin

    Buffer[I] := Char(Byte(Buffer[I]) - DELTA);

  end;

end;
 

var

  Output : String;

  BufferLen : Integer;

begin

  If ParamCount < 1 Then Exit;

  BufferLen := Length(ParamStr(1));

  If BufferLen >= 256 Then Exit;

  Output := ParamStr(1);

  SetLength(Output,BufferLen);

  Decrypt(Output,BufferLen);

  Writeln('String: ' + Output);

  Readln;

end.

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