C# Registry 메서드


public static void RegistrySet()
            // This code example produces output similar to the following:
            //NoSuchName: Return this default if NoSuchName does not exist.
            //(Default): 5280
            //TestLong: 12345678901234
            //TestArray(0): One
            //TestArray(1): Two
            //TestArray(2): Three
            //TestExpand: My path: %path%
            //TestExpand2: My path: D:\Program Files\Microsoft.NET\...
            //Use the registry editor to examine the key.
            //Press the Enter key to delete the key

            // The name of the key must include a valid root.
            const string userRoot = "HKEY_CURRENT_USER";
            const string subkey = "RegistrySetValueExample";
            const string keyName = userRoot + "\\" + subkey;

            // An int value can be stored without specifying the
            // registry data type, but long values will be stored
            // as strings unless you specify the type. Note that
            // the int is stored in the default name/value
            // pair.
            Registry.SetValue(keyName, "", 5280);
            Registry.SetValue(keyName, "TestLong", 12345678901234,

            // Strings with expandable environment variables are
            // stored as ordinary strings unless you specify the
            // data type.
            Registry.SetValue(keyName, "TestExpand", "My path: %path%");
            Registry.SetValue(keyName, "TestExpand2", "My path: %path%",

            // Arrays of strings are stored automatically as 
            // MultiString. Similarly, arrays of Byte are stored
            // automatically as Binary.
            string[] strings = { "One", "Two", "Three" };
            Registry.SetValue(keyName, "TestArray", strings);

            // Your default value is returned if the name/value pair
            // does not exist.
            string noSuch = (string)Registry.GetValue(keyName,
                "Return this default if NoSuchName does not exist.");
            Console.WriteLine("\r\nNoSuchName: {0}", noSuch);

            // Retrieve the int and long values, specifying 
            // numeric default values in case the name/value pairs
            // do not exist. The int value is retrieved from the
            // default (nameless) name/value pair for the key.
            int tInteger = (int)Registry.GetValue(keyName, "", -1);
            Console.WriteLine("(Default): {0}", tInteger);
            long tLong = (long)Registry.GetValue(keyName, "TestLong",
            Console.WriteLine("TestLong: {0}", tLong);

            // When retrieving a MultiString value, you can specify
            // an array for the default return value. 
            string[] tArray = (string[])Registry.GetValue(keyName,
                new string[] { "Default if TestArray does not exist." });
            for (int i = 0; i < tArray.Length; i++)
                Console.WriteLine("TestArray({0}): {1}", i, tArray[i]);

            // A string with embedded environment variables is not
            // expanded if it was stored as an ordinary string.
            string tExpand = (string)Registry.GetValue(keyName,
                 "Default if TestExpand does not exist.");
            Console.WriteLine("TestExpand: {0}", tExpand);

            // A string stored as ExpandString is expanded.
            string tExpand2 = (string)Registry.GetValue(keyName,
                "Default if TestExpand2 does not exist.");
            Console.WriteLine("TestExpand2: {0}...",
                tExpand2.Substring(0, 40));

            Console.WriteLine("\r\nUse the registry editor to examine the key.");
            Console.WriteLine("Press the Enter key to delete the key.");