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Implementing WinRT Interfaces Defined Using WRL/C++ with WRL/C++, C++/CX and C#

, 8 Jan 2013 CPOL
This article demonstrates how to implement interfaces defined for a WinRT component using WRL and C++.



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I started to program with 6802 machine code and evolved to the current .NET technologies... that was a long way.

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