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Posted 15 Mar 2007

How to Marshal a C++ Class

, 15 Mar 2007
An article on how to marshal a C++ class
#ifndef __TestClassDLLBridge_h__
#define __TestClassDLLBridge_h__

using namespace System;

/*namespace ExampleMCppBridge {

	public ref class Class1
		// TODO: Add your methods for this class here.

// Forward declariation
class CUnmanagedTestClass;

public ref class CExampleMCppBridge
	virtual ~CExampleMCppBridge();
	void PassInt(int nValue);
	void PassString(String^ strValue);
	String^ ReturnString();

	CUnmanagedTestClass* m_pUnmanagedTestClass;

#endif	// __TestClassDLLBridge_h__

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