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Beginner questions / Password Finder File 3 / 5
« Last post by Jokaste on May 08, 2019, 08:21:16 am »
File 3 / 5
Beginner questions / Password Finder File 2 / 5
« Last post by Jokaste on May 08, 2019, 08:20:35 am »
File 2 / 5
Beginner questions / Password Finder
« Last post by Jokaste on May 08, 2019, 08:19:29 am »
This is a program does the following things :
  • Create database for many algorithms and many passwords length (from 1 to 8. From 1 to 16 with just a few lines to uncomment)
  • Allow you to import ascii passwords files
  • Allow you to search for a password
  • Allow you to set passwords
The project has been updated from the last version. Project is compatible Pelles V9
One bug in pelles does not permit to compile in "maximize speed more" !
There are some "unreachable code" but this mechanism is hard to find and understand. I need help.

You need to download PasswordFinder.7z.001 to PasswordFinder.7z.005 to have the full source.
In the future I will add a button that enables a thread to be stopped while the passwords creatind database.
In the same way, it will be possible to restart the passwords creation from the last position the program was stopped.

Beginner questions / Re: Find identical images
« Last post by Jokaste on May 08, 2019, 03:52:32 am »
Beginner questions / Re: Find identical images
« Last post by Jokaste on May 08, 2019, 03:51:50 am »
LibGfl SDK
Beginner questions / Find identical images
« Last post by Jokaste on May 08, 2019, 03:50:44 am »

This program searches all jpg files in the current folder, computes the checksum usin Keccak algorithm.
The result is stored into a SQLite database. If the current checksum is not found into the database it is added.
If the checksum is found, the current jpg file is deleted.
At the end the database is deleted.
For loading images I use GFLSDK (XnView SDK)
You need to download the joint project and the files into following messahes. (Limitation 1Kb !)
Beginner questions / A very small CCleaner
« Last post by Jokaste on May 08, 2019, 02:59:00 am »
This program explains how to use SHGetKnownFolderPath.
It runs under Windows 10. Could run under Windows 7 & 8 but that's all.

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LPSTR GetSpecialFolder(REFKNOWNFOLDERID rfid,LPSTR __lpszResult)
LPWSTR _lpwszPath = NULL ;

HRESULT _hr = SHGetKnownFolderPath(rfid,KF_FLAG_CREATE,NULL,&_lpwszPath) ;
WideCharToMultiByte(CP_UTF8,0,_lpwszPath,lstrlenW(_lpwszPath),__lpszResult,MAX_PATH,NULL,NULL) ;

return (__lpszResult) ;

return (NULL) ;

It cleans many folders :
  • Internet cache
  • History
  • CD Burning cache
  • Cookies
  • Printers cache
  • Recents Documents
  • Applications updates
  • Downloaded files
  • Searches
  • Searches history
  • Downloaded Program Files
  • Prefetch
  • Software Distribution
It empties all recyclebins
Launches Dism.exe to clean WinSxS

You must run the program wih Administrator privileges.
Expert questions / Re: Generating CheckSum for AMD64
« Last post by PabloMack on May 07, 2019, 08:51:31 pm »
Okay. I checked MS extensions and now it builds with no errors. I also checked Full Debug
and selected X64 for a target and rebuilt but when I press F5 to debug, I get the message:

The file 'FileName.exe" cointains no debugging information! Do you want to continue?

If I continue I only get assembly. I've successfully used the debugger before and I don't
know what I am now doing wrong.
Beginner questions / Re: Del *.* under W10
« Last post by Jokaste on May 07, 2019, 08:06:18 am »
I forgot to join the project file! :P
Beginner questions / Del *.* under W10
« Last post by Jokaste on May 07, 2019, 08:00:03 am »
It's a small utility that deletes all files and removes subdirectories.
This is the same that DelTree when it existed or DEL /Q /S *.* and RD /Q /S Under Dos.

It refuses deleting files from a root, under a network or in the widows's directory.

How to do :
Copy the executable into the directory you want to clean (Ex: D:\Download)
Launch the program.
When it finished it tells the number of files and directories removed
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