Change Win95 environment variables

Posted on 1998-07-19
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Last Modified: 2006-11-17
Can I change an environment variable that was declared in
autoexec.bat from a VB program, without the need to restart
the comupter ?
Question by:amnav
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web_crusher earned 200 total points
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of course , the change can be done - the effect of it will take place only after the reboot.

the bat file are ascii files open them with

dim stringlien as string

open file for input as #1
do until e0f(1)
line input #1 , stringline
'what ever you want to change


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