get registry

Posted on 2000-03-30
Last Modified: 2010-05-02
how can i write a code to get a path from registry.
Anybody help me?
Question by:thg
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What do u mean by getting a path from the registry ?

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cymbolic earned 50 total points
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here's a sample of how I saved a connection string in the registry, and then retrieved it later.  You canjust as easily save/retrieve a path/file name this way as well:
SaveSetting "PWExtract", "Database", "Con", rdoCon(Which).Connect

Con1$ = GetSetting("PWExtract", "Database", "Con")


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can u give me some code to get the string by using API?

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