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Delete registry key only if its empty

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Yes, thanks. Was able to come up with a solution:

RegEnumKey ('HKCU\Software\techPowerUp', 1)
RegEnumVal ('HKCU\Software\techPowerUp', 1)
If $nokeys And $novalues Then RegDelete ('HKCU\Software\techPowerUp') 

I was trying to delete empty "techPowerUp" key. With the above code, it deletes only if there are no keys and values in it. Let the code be here for anyone who needs it since I wasn't able to find an answer when I searched.

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