programmatically launch the registry (regedit.exe)

How can I programmatically launch the registry and open in it a specific key ?
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use shellExecute to launch regedit.exe
      ShellExecute(NULL, "open", "c://Winnt//regedit.exe","", "c://winnt//",SW_SHOW);      
It takes files as parameter so cannot go to a perticular key by giving values as paramater.

Hope this helps
mike_marquetAuthor Commented:
Launching the regedit is not a problem.
I must launch it and go to a perticular key (if possible).
I don't think that is possible.  But you can change the key from your program.  I.e display the current key value to the user and let the user edit it, then write the new version.
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regmon from can do this ,below is the link to regmon download and the source code :

Regards Barry
mike_marquetAuthor Commented:
Thanks to all.
as comment below

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