Description of the *.ini file structure
The OS Windows INI
file consists of sections and keys. The name of a section in the *.ini
file is always entered inside the square brackets. Each section contains several keys (the key must be always assigned to the section that begins in the file before this key). The content of one section ends by a definition of the next section. The name of a key is always on a separate line and the content is assigned by the =
Example of the Example.ini file with the following content:
There are two sections in the Example.ini
- the Files section contains the one key with the content "Hello" and the two key with the content "3.14".
- the Item section contains the user key with the content "Henry".