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Set a Dword Value Key To Registry C#

Posted on 2011-02-24
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Hi,
I want to change or create a DWORD(reg_dword) key to Registry.

            RegistryKey keyx = Registry.LocalMachine.OpenSubKey(@"SOFTWARE\myapplication", true);
            {
                keyx.SetValue("EnablePORT", "FALSE");
                keyx.Flush();
            }

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This code It creates reg_sz. I want to create reg_dword
Please help.

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See this

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.win32.registryvaluekind.aspx#Y638

            RegistryKey keyx = Registry.LocalMachine.OpenSubKey(@"SOFTWARE\myapplication", true);
            {
                keyx.SetValue("EnablePORT", 0, RegistryValueKind::DWord );
                keyx.Flush();
            }

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by:fancyfanta
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RegistryValueKind::DWord has small syntax error.

=> RegistryValueKind.DWord
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