Code to change user login password?

I have one table which contain multiple user records.I wanted to provide change password option to the user.
In Suppose I have enter username , password in login page and when I click on change password button the new screen will be open which contain User name,old password,new password and confirm password.
I user name textbox login user name should be display in a readable mode .so,user can only enter old,and new password and click update.that new password will update in a database.I havesome code but its not functioning properly.

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