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Old February 21st, 2004, 09:11 AM
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hello....i want to know the logic of the following question..
ok....i would like to write a program..that asks the user to enter his email address.....and enter his password...." when the user enters the password" it should be in the form of *******...then i would like to make the program shows the ****** in letters..

example: sample output

Enter your email.
Enter your password.

Your password is : name123

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Check the implementation for yor problem. The length of the UserName and Password are restricted to 10, but you may change it as you wish.

#include <stdio.h>
#include <conio.h>
    char UserName[10], Password[10];
    printf("\nEnter User Name :");
    scanf("%s", UserName);
    printf("\nEnter Password :");
    char ch; int i=0;
        Password[i] = ch;
    Password[i] = '\0';

    printf("\nThanks\nYour Password is :%s\n", Password);

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hello........please can you explain for me the step of the while statement...i got confused with that..

and thank for helping..i appreciate it

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While loop runs until you press the enter key, ASCII equivalent of enter key is 13.

Whenever you press a key in the keyboard it is stored in the variable ch, which is not echoed on the screen, because the function getch() won't display on the screen.

But we have putch('*') which will put * on the scree, for each key you are pressing.

Finally outside the while loop, you add the null character to end the string.


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