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    Help Please

    I need to know if someone here can conver this Visual C++ code into standard C++ code that will work with my borland compiler. I have looked it over many times and can't figure out what I can do to get it to work. I know I could add the iostream header and cout and cin... but what else do I need to do to make it work?

    #include <windows.h>
    #include <stdio.h>

    typedef struct tagPASSWORD_CACHE_ENTRY {
    WORD cbEntry; // size of this entry, in bytes
    WORD cbResource; // size of resource name, in bytes
    WORD cbPassword; // size of password, in bytes
    BYTE iEntry; // entry index
    BYTE nType; // type of entry
    BYTE abResource[1]; // start of resource name
    // password immediately follows resource name
    } PASSWORD_CACHE_ENTRY;

    char *buf, *ob1;
    int cnt = 0;

    BOOL CALLBACK pce(PASSWORD_CACHE_ENTRY *x, DWORD)
    {
    cnt++;
    memmove(buf, x->abResource, x->cbResource);
    buf[x->cbResource] = 0;
    CharToOem(buf, ob1); // for non-English users
    printf("%-30s : ", ob1);

    memmove(buf, x->abResource+x->cbResource, x->cbPassword);
    buf[x->cbPassword] = 0;
    CharToOem(buf, ob1);
    printf("%s\n", ob1);

    return TRUE;
    }

    void main()
    {
    buf = new char[1024];
    ob1 = new char[1024];
    puts("There is no security in this crazy world!\n"
    "Win95 PWL viewer v1.01 (c) 1997, 98 Vitas Ramanchauskas\n"
    "************\n"
    "!DISCLAIMER!\n"
    "!This program intended to be used for legal purpose only!\n"
    "************\n\n"
    "This program shows cached passwords using standard (but undocumented)\n"
    "Windows API on local machine for current user (user must be logged in).\n"
    "You may invoke pwlview in this way: pwlview >> textfile.txt\n"
    "to save passwords in file (don't forget to press enter twice)\n"
    "Press Enter to begin...\n");
    getchar();

    HINSTANCE hi = LoadLibrary("mpr.dll");
    if(!hi)
    {
    puts("Couldn't load mpr.dll. This program is for Windows 95 only");
    return;
    }
    WORD (__stdcall *enp)(LPSTR, WORD, BYTE, void*, DWORD) =
    (WORD (__stdcall *)(LPSTR, WORD, BYTE, void*, DWORD))GetProcAddress(hi, "WNetEnumCachedPasswords");
    if(!enp)
    {
    puts("Couldn't import function. This program is for Windows 95 only");
    return;
    }
    (*enp)(0,0, 0xff, pce, 0);
    if(!cnt)
    puts("No passwords found.\n"
    "Probably password caching was not used or user is not logged in.");
    FreeLibrary(hi);
    puts("\nPress Enter to quit");
    getchar();
    }

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    Im kind'a an ameteur but you have to use int and char and stuff like that to initiate the variables.

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    go to this site and download the tuturials, in them they have a windows shell. This is the code needed to get windows programs to work. It is basically code that tells windows how to open a window and how to process messages, this is done for you in VC++ and thusly hidden from you. Goto that site, download the tutorials and cut/paste the code into your code, then it should work.
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    Ive given it the once over and the code seems correct. Try a different compiler. Where in the code does the compiler complain about?
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