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How to Get Registry KeyValue?

Posted on 1998-09-16
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How to Get Registry KeyValue by using the RegQueryValueEx api Function.

My problem is when I try to follow the syntax, it give me all I can Open the regkey but It won't return any key to me for the specified syntax for.
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Question by:Haho2
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by:faster
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show us your code and we will tell you where you are wrong.
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I use this function like this:

  LPCSTR lpszKey = "SOFTWARE\\MyProgram";
  HKEY hKey = NULL;
  LONG lResult = RegOpenKeyEx(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, lpszKey, 0, KEY_READ,
                              &hKey);
  if (lResult != ERROR_SUCCESS)
  {
    AfxMessageBox("Failed to access registry!");
    AfxAbort();
  }

  DWORD nEntryType = 0;
  DWORD nDataSize = 255;
  BYTE szPath [255];
  lResult = RegQueryValueEx(hKey, "Path", NULL,
                            &nEntryType, szPath, &nDataSize);
  if (lResult != ERROR_SUCCESS)
  {
    AfxMessageBox("Failed to access registry!");
    AfxAbort();
  }
  else
  {
    strcpy(Path, (const char*) szPath);
  }


Regards,
Marc Schmid
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by:Haho2
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I have solved the program and thanks for your code... :)
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