Access Windows Registry

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  1. sinner

    sinner New Member

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    What would one need to do in order to access the windows registry?

    Is this a ridiculously complex operation??

    Does C or C++ even have the ability to do this directly?


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    Sure. See MSDN with an appropriate search term. Registry additions, deletions, and modifications are a very common thing. The paths to the contents are very file-system-like. As a matter of fact, the registry is really just a set of files (a single file in older versions).
     
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