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set_config_string(3)		Allegro	manual		  set_config_string(3)

NAME
       set_config_string  - Writes a string in the configuration file. Allegro
       game programming	library.

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<allegro.h>

       void set_config_string(const char *section,  const  char	 *name,	 const
       char *val);

DESCRIPTION
       Writes  a string	variable to the	current	config file, replacing any ex-
       isting value it may have, or removes the	variable if `val' is NULL. The
       section	name  may  be set to NULL to write the variable	to the root of
       the file, or used to control which section  the	variable  is  inserted
       into. The altered file will be cached in	memory,	and not	actually writ-
       ten to disk until you call allegro_exit(). Note that you	can only write
       to  files  in this way, so the function will have no effect if the cur-
       rent config source was specified	 with  set_config_data()  rather  than
       set_config_file().

       As  a  special  case,  variable	or section names that begin with a '#'
       character are treated specially and will	not be read from or written to
       the  disk.  Addon  packages can use this	to store version info or other
       status information into the config module, from where it	 can  be  read
       with the	get_config_string() function.

SEE ALSO
       set_config_file(3), get_config_string(3), set_config_float(3), set_con-
       fig_hex(3), set_config_int(3), set_config_id(3)

Allegro				 version 4.4.2		  set_config_string(3)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | SEE ALSO

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