Read INI-File

Marc Vollmer marc.vollmer at mahr.de
Wed Feb 28 08:36:09 CET 2001


Thanks,

but no solution, perhaps my computer don't understand me.

So, I test it with the system.ini in the c:\winnt\.

Please test it, too. Perhaps it is a windows 2k problem? I don't know, what
I still could do.

--
import win32ui
win32ui.SetProfileFileName('C:\\WINNT\\system.ini')
k=win32ui.GetProfileVal('drivers','timer','xxx')
print k
--

My result is: xxx and yours?

Regards
Marc


"Werner Schiendl" <ws-news at gmx.at> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:983288899.644740 at newsmaster-04.atnet.at...
>
> Marc Vollmer <marc.vollmer at mahr.de> wrote in message
> news:97ggqk$p53ii$1 at ID-59219.news.dfncis.de...
> > No chance:
> >
> > I try:
> >
> > win32ui.SetProfileFileName('c:\winnt\test.ini')
>
> If you _really_ wrote it this way it will not work.
> The backslashes are used to escape the values.
>
> Use    'c:\\winnt\\test.ini'
> or    r'c:\winnt\test.ini'
>
> hth
> werner
>
>





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