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Old 09-05-2010, 04:08 PM   #1
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Implementing Command in C

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I have been giving the task of shell scripting in C++ for implementation of Secure command in my shell.
The Secure command will prompt for the filename and the password (like *****) and can only be displayed when ls -secure and password is provided.
For example
>> LS
File1 File2

>> Secure File1

>> LS

>> LS -secure
File1 File2

Any help in this regard is highly appreciated

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