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    Use a .net library in a VisualC++ enviroment

    Could we use a .NET enviroment library in a C++ program?

    Is there an easy way to do this?

    We have a c++ application with a lot of lines, an it would be very large translate all from c++ to c#. WeŽll contiue using Visual C++, but sometimes is usefully
    implement a .NET library or add it to our program.

    thanks.

    PERE

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    Re: Use a .net library in a VisualC++ enviroment

    To use .net with c++ there is c++/cli. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C%2B%2B/CLI for more info. For questions re c++/cli, there is the c++/cli forum here http://forums.codeguru.com/forumdisp...ed-C-and-C-CLI
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    Re: Use a .net library in a VisualC++ enviroment

    You can't call .net directly from a native C++ app. What you can do is mark a .net assembly that you create as a COM assembly and use COM to call it from your native C++.

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