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how to read a var

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i wanne to let a script read in the register witch version is a program is a reg value it needs to read it and if it is b.v. 6 then... do something else do someting else why this dont work?

$var = RegRead("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer", "version")

if $var = "6*.*" Then msgBox(4096, "ERREUR!", "versie 6") Else msgBox(4096, "ERREUR!", "anders")

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i wanne to let a script read in the register witch version is a program is a reg value it needs to read it and if it is b.v. 6 then... do something else do someting else why this dont work?

$var = RegRead("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer", "version")

if $var = "6*.*" Then msgBox(4096, "ERREUR!", "versie 6") Else msgBox(4096, "ERREUR!", "anders")

You can't compare strings with wild characters like that. Try this

if StringinStr($var,"6.") = 1 Then msgBox(4096, "ERREUR!", "versie 6") Else msgBox(4096, "ERREUR!", "anders")


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