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baghenamoth

RegEnum question

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Hi !

This feature was implemented in 3.1.1.124 :

Changed : RegEnumKey and RegEnumVal return more precise @error to help diagnostic.

Is it possible to reverse it or to add a flag which give us the choice to enable/disable more precise @error

For example

RegEnumKey ( 'keyname', instance, [flag] )

with [optional] flag :

'' or 0 (default) = Disable more precise @error

1 = Enable more precise @error

It's very exasperating because I've made a function which uses RegEnumKey and when I use it or when I want to modify an old script, my application is running on a infinite loop....

thx for reading this message

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baghenamoth,

If you do not care for the accurate result number as return with the @error macro, then only check it for a non zero result. No changes are needed to do this.

While 1
    RegEnumKey($keyname, $instance)
    If @error Then ExitLoop
WEnd

The support forum is a great place to sort problems :D

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I hope I am not cluttering up the Latest Beta thread, but I was unsure if I should put this here or some where else.

I am having a problem with my plugin working after the most recent update. It is possible it was before then, but I didnt notice it as I only update every two to three beta's.

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...1010&st=60#

Sorry if this is the wrong place for this.

Thanks,

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baghenamoth,

If you do not care for the accurate result number as return with the @error macro, then only check it for a non zero result. No changes are needed to do this.

While 1
    RegEnumKey($keyname, $instance)
    If @error Then ExitLoop
WEnd

The support forum is a great place to sort problems :D

That's perfect excatly the script I wrote to fix my pb, sorry not to have answered earlier.

Thx very much for your answer.

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