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, 30 Nov 2011 CPOL 2.3K 3
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Or you could just loop all environment variables:Dim dictEntry As System.Collections.DictionaryEntryForEach dictEntry In Environment.GetEnvironmentVariables() Response.Write("Key: " & (dictEntry.Key.ToString()) & _ " Value: " & (dictEntry.Value.ToString()))Next

Or you could just loop all environment variables:

Dim dictEntry As System.Collections.DictionaryEntry
ForEach dictEntry In Environment.GetEnvironmentVariables()
    Response.Write("Key: " & (dictEntry.Key.ToString()) & _
        "  Value: " & (dictEntry.Value.ToString()))
Next

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