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@OSLang in vba

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#1 ·  Posted

I need to get the language version of the operating system in my code for an MS Access 2000 module. Can I use the autoIt macro @OSlang in my vba code (using autoitx) and how to do that.

Thanx in advance

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#2 ·  Posted

No, currently not supported. None of the '@' AutoIt Macros are supported yet.

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AutoIt uses the following code for @OSLang, so you could just read the appropriate registry key:

if ( g_oVersion.IsWinNT() == true )
            {
                if ( g_oVersion.IsWin2000orLater() == true )
                    Util_RegReadString(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE,"SYSTEM\\CurrentControlSet\\Control\\Nls\\Language", "InstallLanguage", _MAX_PATH, szValue);
                else      // WinNT4
                    Util_RegReadString(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE,"SYSTEM\\CurrentControlSet\\Control\\Nls\\Language", "Default", _MAX_PATH, szValue);

                vResult = szValue;
            }

            else         // Win9x
            {
                Util_RegReadString(HKEY_USERS,".DEFAULT\\Control Panel\\Desktop\\ResourceLocale", "", _MAX_PATH, szValue);
                vResult = &szValue[4];
            }

            break;

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