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Reading the registry is simple with Delphi 3.  How do I do
this with Delphi 1?
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AllenC earned 50 total points
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You can find it in the Win 3.x API help file.

RegCreateKey      Creates a specified key
RegDeleteKey      Deletes a specified key
RegEnumKey      Enumerates the subkeys of a specified key
RegOpenKey      Opens a specified key
RegQueryValue      Retrieves the text string for a specified key
RegSetValue      Associates a text string with a specified key

function RegSetValue(Key: HKey; SubKey: PChar; ValType: Longint; Value: PChar; cb: Longint): Longint;
Remember to include the ShellAPI unit!

Here's an example:
uses ShellAPI;

begin
  if RegSetValue(HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT, '.wav\(Default)', REG_SZ, 'SoundRec', SizeOf('SoundRec')) <> ERROR_SUCCESS then Error;
end.

Good Luck

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Thanks Allen! :)

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