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GetEnv in Delphi 1.0

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With TP5.0 is used the function GetEnv to get a DOS environment setting. I can't find this routine in Delphi 1.0. Who can I get a DOS environment setting?
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by:ZifNab
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What about the following functions and procedures?

GetEnvironmentStrings, GetEnvironmentVariable,
GetEnvVariableValue.

I even believe that the Free RX library contains a VCLunit which has the function GetEnvVar.

Regards,
ZifNab.
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The GetEnv... functions and procedures would be nice, but are not available in Delphi 1.0!

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Then try the Free RX Library, compatible for all delphi versions!

http://rx.demo.ru/
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by:ble
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Thanks, the RX library is really a nice one. Lots of useful functions. I like to give you the points, but the status is still unlocked!
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Glad I could help.

Being correct :

 Try the rx library : http://rx.demo.ru/
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