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Bartec (Programmer) (OP)
12 Dec 05 19:57
Hi!

I need to use C++ classes in my C# application. Which is the best way to do this?
1)Should I write dll then import this to the C# app?
2)I heard that I should write C++ managed code then in this include my unmanaged C++ code..smth like this

        C# -----> (C++ managed->unmanaged C++)

What do you sugest? What is the best way to write what I want?
Thanks for any help

Best regards
Bartec

chiph (Programmer)
13 Dec 05 10:31
I would recommend #2.  It'll be much easier to write a managed C++ wrapper around your unmanaged C++ code, as you can do some things in C++ that would be awkward in C#.  Once you have the managed wrapper, you can call it from C#, VB.NET, or any other managed language.

Chip H.

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