Chapter 20. Working with Text Files and the Registry
Registry object to create and delete Registry keys and values
StreamReader objects to open, read, and edit text files
Text files have been around since the early days of computing, and even today they are a useful method of storing data. For robust applications, a database is the way to go, but for storing simple sets of data, it doesn’t get much easier than using a text file.
By the Way
In the first edition of this book, I neglected to cover working with ...