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How to read/write the registry?
Posted: 9 Jun 00
The best way to access to the registry is using TRegistry class.
Registry has "Keys" and "Values". Keys are "like" directories and Values are "like" files.
With TRegistry class you can access to one Key setting the "RootKey" and then Open
a key below it.
Path->RootKey=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE; // Or other Root key
Path->OpenKey("\\Software\\MySoftware",true); // Open or create
Then, you can access to single "Values" by name. They can be BinaryData, Bool, Currency, Date, DateTime, Float, String, Integer and Time.
// To assure you have a value :
// To Read :
// Write :
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