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Converting C# code to Native (unmanaged) C++

I know this seems a little backward since everybody is making the
change to Java and C# but how would one go about doing this conversion?
Yes I am prepared to spend hours to do it

Jan 9 '06 #1
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Hi,

No sure you can do it, especially when your c# code probably makes use of
classes from the framework, classes that do not exist in the C++ world.

In case that it's an algorithm or any processing that makes little or no use
of external methods then you should not have such a hard time.
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I know this seems a little backward since everybody is making the
change to Java and C# but how would one go about doing this conversion?
Yes I am prepared to spend hours to do it

Jan 9 '06 #2

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