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I have for example a constructor to a wrapper made to englobe c++ code like this:
C++
FOONET::ManagedFoo::ManagedFoo(const std::wstring & q)
this is in my clr project...I compile it as dll to use in c#.
After I put the dll as reference and when I look inside the reference for the same constructor I get :
C++
ManagedFoo(std.basic_string_unsigned short,std::char_traits_unsigned short_,std::allocator_unsigned short_ _* q)

why is this ? And more importantly how can I pass a string to that constructor in order to create a ManagedFoo instance ?
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I managed to change the code in the cli project to request a string and changed the string, inside the method, to wchat_t which I passed over to the C++.
   

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