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timr at probo.com
Thu Oct 9 06:24:58 CEST 2003
Larry goodman <larry_Goodman at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> This is stale hearsay, but I thought I'd read once that only VC++, in
>>the .NET version of VS, still had a native code capability (probably
>>just for the creation of drivers, et al) -- but you had to set an
>>option for that, and as soon as you did, you /lost/ all access to the
>Im pretty sure you can mix managed and unmanage code even in the same
>unit in c++.net
No, not easily, depending on how you define "unit". The original poster is
correct. Remember that Managed C++ emits MSIL, not x86 assembler, and
requires the Common Language Runtime to even get started.
An MC++ program can certainly call into unmanaged C++ DLLs, but you can't
link to unmanaged C++ object files.
- Tim Roberts, timr at probo.com
Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.
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