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.NET 1.1 method invoked from .NET 2

Hi,

If i have both versions of .NET installed on my machine, can i somehow
invoke a .NET 1.1 version of a method from .NET 2 program?

In particular, yes, i want to run 1.1 version of String.GetHashcode().
I assume that using reflection i might be able to get the 1.1 assembly,
right?

Any ideas?

Thank you,
MuZZy
Jan 27 '06 #1
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MuZZy <tn*@newsgroups.nospam> wrote:
If i have both versions of .NET installed on my machine, can i somehow
invoke a .NET 1.1 version of a method from .NET 2 program?

In particular, yes, i want to run 1.1 version of String.GetHashcode().
I assume that using reflection i might be able to get the 1.1 assembly,
right?


As far as I know, you can't load both CLRs in one process. However, you
can compile a program with .NET 1.1, and it'll use 1.1 when that's
available. You could write a small program just to return a hashcode.

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