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VC++ code insertion into C#

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hi,
i have been working on drop down menus(popup menu on fly) for so long. But i
am not able to do this is C# successfully. i found these can be done in VC++
easily. I am running short of time. Can i add this functionality return in
VC++ to my C# project? If so, how to do this? Since i am working in .NET
environment this must be possible. Please suggest me wat to do.

Thanks,
hema
Mar 30 '06 #1
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Hello "GEETHA"LM**@EMAIL.COM,

You can't use unmanaged code from the c# directly, but there are several
solutions:
One case is to use P/Invoke to call API functions from the C# code.
Another case to use ManagedC++ where you can combine managed and unmanaged
code.
hi,
i have been working on drop down menus(popup menu on fly) for so long.
But i
am not able to do this is C# successfully. i found these can be done
in VC++
easily. I am running short of time. Can i add this functionality
return in
VC++ to my C# project? If so, how to do this? Since i am working in
.NET
environment this must be possible. Please suggest me wat to do.
Thanks,
hema

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