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Transformation of SQL function into C# - How To Do It?

Transformation of SQL function into C# - How To Do It?

Transformation of SQL function into C# - How To Do It?

CREATE FUNCTION [dbo].[ufn_EncryptString] ( @pClearString VARCHAR(100) )

DECLARE @vEncryptedString NVARCHAR(100)
DECLARE @vBaseIncrement INT

SET @vIdx = 1
SET @vBaseIncrement = 128
SET @vEncryptedString = ''

WHILE @vIdx <= LEN(@pClearString)
SET @vEncryptedString = @vEncryptedString +
NCHAR(ASCII(SUBSTRING(@pClearString, @vIdx, 1)) +
@vBaseIncrement + @vIdx - 1)
SET @vIdx = @vIdx + 1

RETURN @vEncryptedString

I would like to know the C# function for the above mentioned SQL function. I would appreciate if professionals and experts of top software development companies in Dubai help me with it. The reason of getting the help from professionals of top companies is the fact that these people would have already experienced it. Moreover, it is an ultimate fact that people learn a lot from practice rather than just theory.

Can anyone help me workout the same function in C#?

RE: Transformation of SQL function into C# - How To Do It?

Your code looks like SQLServer TSQL. Its definatley not SQLBase or SQLWindows . I think you might be in the wrong forum.
Alternatively , forget about C# , and I'll do it for you in Gupta SQLwindows ( TeamDeveloper ) , in about 1/2 the time, and 1/2 the number of lines.


See us for all Gupta / Centura SQLWindows / SQLBase help at: https://www.banksidesystems.com/

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