Saves a value in the Windows Registry.
public string SetRegistryValue(string ValueName, string Value, string Node);
True if the value was saved.
The name of the Value in the Registry.
The value to store.
The name of the node in the Registry to store the value in. If a value is passed and it doesn't contain a backslash (), that node is used instead of Options. For example, specifying "Data" means that HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\CompanyName\ApplicationName\Data is used. If it does contain a backslash, then it must be a complete path to any place in the Registry, such as HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Whatever\SomeNode.
See also:Class SFQApplication
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