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Saving a high score to the registry in C++

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I agree with the above. I wouldn't mess with the registry unless you have to. There's a reason that Windows warns you when you open up the registry.

If you don't want your players messing with the scores, you can encrypt the scores.

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Can you not just write to a new file called, say , scores.dat ? .dat files are a pain to read, and even more of a pain to edit. It's my understanding that they are easy to read and write to, though.

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