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IPropertyBag implementation for registry

Posted on 2001-09-14
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Hi!

Does anybody have (or know of) an IPropertyBag implementation that works on a registry key?

Would be cool if I had one in my current project - or I'd have to do it on my own again...

TIA
Peter
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can you explain more? what sort of types are you wishing to store? I'd have thought only simple types would be possible
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perfect again ;)

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