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Yes, because you have still not declared an Invoke method in your class, and your class is not a child of System.Windows.Forms.Control.
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QuestionWhat is a preferable approach to develop a common class that handles multiple identical groupbox? Pin
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QuestionHow to convert array<System::Byte^>^ to array<unsigned char>^ Pin
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QuestionHow to implement a global variable if C++/CLI doesn't support it at all? Pin
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