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can anyone help! i want to display a list of environment variables

thanx, krakyn
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Private Sub Command1_Click()
    Dim i As Integer
    Dim sEnv As String
    Dim sEnvV As String
    Do
        i = i + 1
        sEnv = Environ(i)
        If Len(sEnv) = 0 Then Exit Sub
        'Get the environ name
        sEnvV = Left(sEnv, InStr(1, sEnv, "=") - 1)
        sEnv = Environ(sEnvV) 'Get the setting
        'List them
        List1.AddItem sEnvV & " = " & sEnv 'Each setting added to a listbox
    Loop
End Sub
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