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QuestionI can not log in in my own C# Project in my Compiuter Pin
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Your SQL-Statement is invalid. You probably intended it to look like this:
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"Select Count(*) from Login where Username = '" + Username_text + "' and Password= '" + Password_text + "'"
                              ^
But:

1) You shouldn't build SQL-Statements by concatenating strings for values. Your application is susceptible to SQL-injection (Google it) which can lead to inadvertent or deliberate destruction of your whole database. Use SQL-parameters instead.

2) You shouldn't store passwords in plain text.

3) You should use using-statements for your SqlConnection and SqlCommand.

Take a look here:

Properly executing database operations[^]

site:codeproject.com storing passwords safely - Google Search[^]

Troy Hunt: Everything you ever wanted to know about building a secure password reset feature[^]
If the brain were so simple we could understand it, we would be so simple we couldn't. — Lyall Watson

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