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CString user,str;
	TCHAR acUserName[100];
	DWORD nUserName = sizeof(acUserName);
         GetUserName(acUserName, &nUserName);

Posted 2-Jan-11 18:38pm
Updated 2-Jan-11 23:39pm
Abhinav S 3-Jan-11 0:41am
Is this a problem or a solution?
If this is a solution, post it in the tips section.
Sandeep Mewara 3-Jan-11 0:55am
Sounds like you missed the question out here!
SAKryukov 3-Jan-11 1:33am
Well, no. Don't post it in Tips yet, improve first. Why hard-coded port, hard-code array size and fixed-size character array (you already use string class), what is GetUserName? Maybe, this is indeed a question in such a form? Get user name from what?
Sunasara Imdadhusen 5-Jan-11 1:49am
Note clear!!

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Solution 1

DWORD nUserName = sizeof(acUserName);

Here must be;

DWORD nUserName = sizeof(acUserName) / sizeof(TCHAR);


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