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ForNow2-Jan-13 15:23
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Hi,

I need code to tell me when a file is baing created I noticed there is a managed class FileSystemWatcher that would do the trick from my research seems like it lives
in system.dll

My question is the following is it possible to use managed code meaning using namespace System along with System::IO With the Visual C++ 6.0 compiler

or this compiler is old and doesn't support managed code

I remember in the old days there was like export statements to use methods exposed
in DLL's and maybe with this compiler this the way to go

Any Direction would be appreciated

Thanks
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