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Well is it tough

vivek sivakumar
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i have a configuration file called x.cfg(or any data file)
its content is something like this,
[GetHitList1]
file =C:\GetHitList1.xml
as far this is concerned my brief description is that its of type windows file Section name , key name and key value ,uptill now im able to read the values with no problem . now i have a improved
version which is something like this
[GetHitList1]
file =C:\GetHitList1.xml
<docum> = docid@getdoc
in the above mentioned improved version i have to
read the values from a vector (docid@getdoc)
how can i do this ???
[ May 01, 2002: Message edited by: vivek sivakumar ]

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vivek sivakumar
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is this too tough
[ May 01, 2002: Message edited by: vivek sivakumar ]
Dirk Schreckmann
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I don't understand the question.


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