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Using the windows registry

Posted on 2005-04-05
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Hello,

Being totally new to VB.net I have no idea about the syntax or how things work...

I effectively want to save 2 strings to the windows registry, and then load them up at a later date.

i.e.
Text_UserName
Text_Password
Bool_QuickloginChecked

thanks,

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Left over from VB6 days:  GetSetting and SaveSetting.

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Hi Dhaest and Learned one.

Even though bob's answer was no more than a line. it was more helpfull and informative than the url (where i would have had to read pages and pages).
thanks guys (gals)?
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