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  1. good morning everybody. today i liked to share an small example with you which it an function to read the registry values as an array the result array is 2d array witch $a_array[n][0] = value name $a_array[n][1] = value Data $a_array[0][0] = values count here's the function #include <Array.au3> #include <WinAPIReg.au3> #include <APIRegConstants.au3> Local $a_array = _RegReadToArray("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run") If @error Then MsgBox(16, "error", @error) Exit EndIf _ArrayDisplay($a_array) Func _RegReadToAr
  2. Hi, I found this script for exporting registry file as text from Smartee. https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/126953-export-several-registry-keys-into-one-file/ $path = @DesktopDir & "\registry.txt" $cache = "" ShellExecuteWait("regedit.exe", "/e "&$path&" HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.ico") $cache &= FileRead($path) ShellExecuteWait("regedit.exe", "/e "&$path&" HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.eml") $cache &= FileRead($path) ShellExecuteWait("regedit.exe", "/e "&
  3. So i have this string that i am trying to split up into an array. {"q1":{"a2":[0,1],"a5":[0,0],"a3":[0,1],"a4":[0,0],"a1":[1,0]},"q2":{"a1":[1,1],"a2":[0,1]},"q3":{"a2":[1,0],"a4":[0,0],"a5":[0,0],"a3":[0,0],"a1":[0,1]},"q4":{"a2":[1,1],"a4":[0,1],"a1":[0,0],"a5":[0,1],"a3":0,0]},"q5":{"a1":[1,1],"a5":[0,1],"a4":[0,0],"a3":[0,0],"a2":[0,0]},"q6":{"a1":[1,1],"a4":[0,1],"a2":[0,1],"a3":[0,1]},"q7":{"a5":[1,0],"a3":[0,1],"a2":[0,1],"a1":[0,0],"a4":[0,1]},"q8":{"a3":[1,1],"a4":0,1],"a2":[0,1],"a1":[0,1]},"q9":{"a1":[1,0],"a2":[0,0]}}}} What i am trying to accomplish is build a RegExp that will
  4. This UDF contains functions that help managing the configuration of your scripts. You can use either an *.ini file, or registry keys, the UDF manage for you all IniRead/IniWrite or RegRead/RegWrite calls. Instructions First, you must call _AutoCfg_Init to setup the system, which method will be used to stor the config (ini/reg), the path (ini file/reg key) and various options (data encryption, ini file section). After that, you must add the configuration entries that will be used, with their respective default value (use _AutoCfg_AddEntry). Next, you must call _AutoCfg_Update to update every e
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