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Hi all ,

What is a Wrapper Class in c#?? I am new to this OOPS plz explain it

thanks in advance

regards
Suresh
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Nov 15 '05 #1
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A Wrapper Class usually "wraps" some kind of functionality that'd be
otherwise hard to use. You see this term often when talking about COM
interop (you generate a .NET Wrapper for a COM object, so you can use the
COM object as if it were a .NET object, and all the interop details are
hidden). Sometimes people will use this term in general, to say it "wraps"
something, like accessing data. Or, you could have a wrapper for some Win32
API calls (For instance a DPAPI Wrapper Class would expose safe C# methods
to call CryptProtectData and CryptUnprotectData).

-mike
MVP

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What is a Wrapper Class in c#?? I am new to this OOPS plz explain it

thanks in advance

regards
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