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Questionhow to make this working: srand(time(NULL)); Pin
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Hi,
thanks for Answer, you right, i solve it in this way!
I didn know that i can check "the required size" Frown | :(

Now:
srg.QueryBinaryValue(_T("key"), NULL, &bytes);
// then if ERROR_SUCCESS
int *iArr = new int[bytes];
srg.QueryBinaryValue(_T("key"), (BYTE**)&iArr[0], &bytes);

Now i now how big is the needed size, it is saved in "bytes".
And i have all Data from the registry.

Best regards
bosfan
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