Write and read the book called "registry""

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    Write and read the book called "registry""

    I need to store multiple 8 char string info in the registry, and read it later. How, oh how?
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    writing to the registry

    Are you using MFC?
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    Re: Write and read the book called "registry""

    Originally posted by CodeMonkey
    I need to store multiple 8 char string info in the registry, and read it later. How, oh how?
    Sigh....this topic has come up hundreds of times...do a search...

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    I am using MSVC++6. I'm actally in console mode, but I can include the needed files.
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    This has, indeed, come up many times before. For a start though, go to the index in the help and look at the registry manipulation routines RegOpenKeyEx() for example, then follow the hot links.
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