Saving Files Under Windows
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Sun Jun 15 03:28:48 CEST 2003
achrist at easystreet.com schreef:
> The two functions for clients to call are GetSharedOutputDir()
> and GetUserOutputDir(). If you are running on a pre-Win2K
> OS, you've got to create a function GetRegistryAppDataDir() to
> return wherever the installer or equivalent thought the data
> should go. Presumably this will work ok, because if the user
> moves the data, they will also change the registry setting (maybe).
> For win2K or newer, we read the Shell Folders and go from there.
My Win98SE system with MSIE 5.5 & Office 2K installed and using a login
- Local AppData
- Common AppData
But I'm almost sure a "virgin" Win98SE (or earlier) install doesn't have
all of these keys...
"Be strict when sending and tolerant when receiving."
RFC 1958 - Architectural Principles of the Internet - section 3.9
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