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    Convert Arduino library to visual c++ dll

    Hey all I am trying my best to fixed these few errors below. The C++ code is from an Arduino library that i wanted to convert to Visual C++ dll for use in one of my C# applications.

    These are the areas that have the errors:

    Code:
    void AES::do_aes_encrypt(BYTE *plain,int size_p,BYTE *cipher,BYTE *key, int bits, BYTE ivl [N_BLOCK]){
      calc_size_n_pad(size_p);
      BYTE plain_p[get_size()];
      padPlaintext(plain,plain_p);
      int blocks = get_size() / N_BLOCK;
      set_key(key, bits) ;
      cbc_encrypt(plain_p, cipher, blocks, ivl);
    }
    The "BYTE plain_p[get_size()];" has the error of "'this' cannot be used in a constant expression".

    Code:
    string AES::letsDecrypt(BYTE *key, string msg, AES aes) {
      char data_decoded[200];
      char iv_decoded[200];
      char temp[200];
      BYTE out[200];
       
      aes.set_key(key, sizeof(key));
      msg.toCharArray(temp, 200);
      int b64len = base64_decode(data_decoded, temp, msg.length());
      string(iv_Encoded).toCharArray(temp, 200);
      
      base64_decode(iv_decoded, temp, string(iv_Encoded).length());  
      aes.do_aes_decrypt((BYTE *)data_decoded, b64len, out, key, 128, (BYTE *)iv_decoded);
      char message[msg.length()];
      char* msgBase64 = (char *)out;
        
      base64_decode(message, (char *)out, msg.length());
    
      return std::string(message);
    }
    The "msg.toCharArray(temp, 200);" has the error of "class "std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char>>" has no member "toCharArray"".

    Another error on the same code above "char message[msg.length()];" has the error of "expression must have a constant value".

    And lastly i get this error: "unexpected end of file while looking for precompiled header. Did you forget to add '#include "stdafx.h"' to your source?" Which when i try to include it-it says it cant be found.

    Help would be great!

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    Re: Convert Arduino library to visual c++ dll

    > The C++ code is from an Arduino library that i wanted to convert to Visual C++ dll for use in one of my C# applications.
    Why?

    There's already AES built into C# by Microsoft themselves.
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dot...ramework-4.7.2

    Even if you didn't like that, there are plenty of C++ implementations which use more vanilla C++, than having to cope with the idiosyncrasies that Arduino adds to the mix.

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    Re: Convert Arduino library to visual c++ dll

    Code:
    BYTE plain_p[get_size()];
    In c++ the size of an array must be known at compile time. It can't be set at run-time as is tried here. If you need to determine the size at run-time then you should use a vector. See http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/vector/vector/
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