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Passing delegates in a structure

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I am a starter in C# ...

I will present my problem :
I am wrapping a C dll in C#. The C dll exports a function which takes a

structure MYSTRUCT holding 2 function pointers(callback functions).
ontest1 t1;
ontest2 t2
where ontest1 and ontest2 are two function pointers.

In C# dll, I have declared this structure as
public struct MYSTRUCT
ontest1 t1;
ontest2 t2

where ontest1 and ontest2 are two delegates.

//Importing the C dll function "MyFunctions"
IntPtr MyFunctions(IntPtr myStruct);
//The .NET function wrapping the above function :
IntPtr MyFunctions1(ref MYSTRUCT mystruct)
//Converts MYSTRUCT to pointer
GCHandle callbackHandle = GCHandle.Alloc
(mystruct ,GCHandleType.Pinned);
IntPtr mystructptr = callbackHandle.AddrOfPinnedObject();
//Calls the imported C dll function
IntPtr handle = MyFunctions(mystructptr);
return handle;

The address in the delegates in MYSTRUCT are stored inside the C dll..
and the same functions are invoked whenever an event occurs. That is
the unmanaged code calls the managed code asynchronously.

The call to the C dll is working fine.. but whenever an event occurs
the registered function is not getting involked..
Do I have to add/remove anything more to the code?
Any help will be appreciated...

Jul 1 '06 #1
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