WriteRegistryKey(base, key$, value)
#HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT #HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG #HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE #HKEY_USERS #HKEY_CURRENT_USER
The value for the key can be a either number or a string. You can also
write binary data to the registry by passing a string. Hollywood strings
are capable of holding arbitrary binary data because they allow
characters in them. Under normal circumstances, however, writing numbers
or normal strings to the registry should be sufficient.