How to enter a field and its value in registry key I am using vb.net windows.
Already have this function
Public Function SetOtherRegSetting(ByVal Section As String, ByVal RegKeyName As String, ByVal Field As String, ByVal value As String) As String
Dim RegSection As String
Dim regKeyObject As RegistryKey
Dim TempObj As Object = ""
Dim GetSetOtherRegSetting As String = String.Empty
GetSetOtherRegSetting = ""
RegSection = Section & "\" & RegKeyName & "\"
regKeyObject = Microsoft.Win32.Registry.LocalMachine.OpenSubKey(RegSection)
If Not regKeyObject Is Nothing Then
TempObj = regKeyObject.GetValue(Field)
If Not TempObj Is Nothing Then
GetSetOtherRegSetting = TempObj.ToString()
TempObj = Nothing
End Function RegistrySettings.docx
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