Ok, heres what should happen. The program should return the value's of the access token of the current user. What is wrong with this picture?
I believe I need to relate SetPrivilege to a string. So later on I can use cout SetPrivilege()
I am setting up a GUEST account on my laptop, then running my program to retrieve the access token, so we can view the relate ACE's within the DACL. The point is to retrieve the limited access and display it on the screen. So I can then change it; getting familiar with ACE's, DACL's, and SACL's.
The error I get when compiling this source is that BOOL has to Few arguments. So BOOL does not have enough supplied telling it what to do, correct?
i'm having trouble understaning this function call in the constructor.
( const char *const first, const char * const last )
i see we have a constant then a char type then a pointer to first thats declared a char constant. But isn't that declaring first a constant and a char twice. I'm reading Dietel 5th edition maybe i misread something can someone please explain this argument in the function call please to a newby.
Employee::Employee( const char * const first, const char * const last )
27 firstName = new char[ strlen( first ) + 1 ];
28 strcpy( firstName, first );
30 lastName = new char[ strlen( last ) + 1 ];
31 strcpy( lastName, last );
33 count++; // increment static count of employees
35 cout << "Employee constructor for " << firstName
36 << ' ' << lastName << " called." << endl;
37 } // end Employee constructor
here is a code snippet in Dietels 5th edition that i'm reading for my OOP class. I don't understand what the : x( value ) means in the constructor. The comment says initialize x to value, but can someone explain that to me in more detail please. I know its not inheritance because i haven't got to the chapter yet. Can some one please help. Here is the code snippet.
10 Test( int = 0 ); // default constructor
11 void print() const;
13 int x;
14 }; // end class Test
16 // constructor
17 Test::Test( int value )
18 : x( value ) // initialize x to value
20 // empty body
21 } // end constructor Test
Your attempting to pass a binary string to a function that expects a TCHAR string. You should convert it to some meaningful character string format first. The function will interpret the each byte of the binary value as char (char is a byte).