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Saving file paths

Posted on 1998-07-31
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Hi ,
I have a program installed on the user's PC that creates and saves files on the user's PC and on the network. The first time a user logs in to use the program, I want it to get the file save paths from the user and thereafter, each time a person uses the program it should automatically save the files ( using the paths entered by the user previously) . How can I store the paths entered by the user and get the program to use those paths without having to ask the user each time? Could someone help?

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Vignesh
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this is easy.. Use GetSetting/SaveSetting

To save a setting to the registry, do this:

SaveSetting app.exename, "SavePaths", "Location1", "c:\path1"


to retrieve
szPath = getsetting(app.exename, "SavePaths", "Location1")
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