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My question is basically as the title says. How can I check a user inputted string is only certain characters long (for example, 3 characters long) and how do I check a user inputted string only contains certain characters (for example, it should only contain the characters 'u', 'a', 'g', and 'c')... (4 Replies)
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This was taken down recently because it appeared to be homework, but it isn't. It's for a script I am working on at work. Thanks for the help.
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This is the source code:
using namespace std;
struct passwd *user;
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MOOPROXY(1) General Commands Manual MOOPROXY(1)
mooproxy - a buffering proxy for MOO connections
mooproxy is a buffering proxy for MOOs (a class of text-based RPGs, descending from MUDs). The MOO client connects to mooproxy, and
mooproxy connects to the MOO server.
Mooproxy keeps you connected to the MOO server if the client disconnects (voluntarily, because of network problems, because the client
crashes, because of a power outage, etc).
Mooproxy also provides centralised logging, buffers text when the client isn't connected, and provides context when the client does con-
This program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included
Show summary of options and exit.
Show version information and exit.
Show licensing information and exit.
-w, --world worldname
Specify the world file to load.
Do not daemonize; stay in the foreground instead.
Prompt for a string, and create and show an MD5 hash of this string.
Mooproxy is copyright (C) 2001-2011 Marcel Moreaux <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mooproxy offers online help for all of its commands and settings, accessible using the /help command.
More comprehensive information about mooproxy can be found in /usr/share/doc/mooproxy/README.
See /usr/share/doc/mooproxy/ExampleConfig for an example configuration file.
September 1, 2011 MOOPROXY(1)