C++ pasword storing & recognising

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    Hello, i'm currently writting a program to run a library,i am having problems with the passwords.I want to have a cheif librarian that adds & deletes regular librarians.I need to store usernames & password for cheif & regular librarians,also be able to change them and regonise them when entered.Can anyone help??

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    a) This is the C# board.

    b) Most likely we are able to help you, if you post a detailed description of what you are having problems with, not only a general guideline to the assignment.
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    you could use file i/o to store the names and passwords, or store them in the registry. are u doing this in Win32 or Console?
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