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Hi all,

I wanted to write a function in unmanaged code (VC++) that should be called through managed VC++ code.
What all i need to do this task? What all namespaces I need to include in the files?

Piece of code would be really helpful.

Thanks.


Regards,
Joy
Posted 11-Feb-13 22:08pm
Edited 11-Feb-13 22:09pm
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Solution 1

See managed, unmanaged[^] section of MSDN.
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Solution 2

You don't need to do something special. Suppose you have a pair of .h/.cpp with native code where you implement these functions/classes, make sure they are added to the project (the source mainly), include the header in your C++/CLI source file and just call the method. There is nothing special in calling methods than what you know from C++.
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