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How can i use the TIniFile Object in C++Builder?
i only have a delphi sample...
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#include <registry.hpp>

TIniFile *IniFile = new TIniFile("xxx.ini");


IniFile->WriteString("Section","Ident","Value");


very easy stuff
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