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Thread: need help Coding RADIO BUTTON for REMEMBER ME

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    Default need help Coding RADIO BUTTON for REMEMBER ME

    i have a login screen with a remember me? radio button that let user sign in automatically.... need code for that..thanks


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    Default Re: need help Coding RADIO BUTTON for REMEMBER ME

    Hello timosoft.

    Welcome to the forums.

    Have you attempted this yourself yet?

    I would intergrate something that would read settings from an ini file or something similar. When the program loads, it needs to check the file to see if the 'remember me' has been checked. This can easily be a true or false value.

    You would also need to encrypt the password to keep it as secure as possible.

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    Default Re: need help Coding RADIO BUTTON for REMEMBER ME

    Well, to do this most simply, just save a line in a file telling that the remember me button was check, and upon the windows creation check the file. You could also save the user/password in that file.

    That's not at all secure, but it should get you started.

    Edit: Didn't see that he posted the same thing

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