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unmamaged dll call

I have and unmamage c++ dll writing in c++ 6.0 and I'm calling it from my c#
dot net 2.0 application. the structure of the C++ dll is int getParm(char*
str, char* str2).
it works fine in dot net 1.1 but not in dot net 2.0 so that leads me to
believe that dot net 2.0 change the way they handle unmamage char * dll calls
Jul 24 '08 #1
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Todd,

No, not really, but without knowing how you are calling it, or what the
code does when you call it, it's hard to tell.

Can you give some more information?
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"Todd" <To**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
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>I have and unmamage c++ dll writing in c++ 6.0 and I'm calling it from my
c#
dot net 2.0 application. the structure of the C++ dll is int getParm(char*
str, char* str2).
it works fine in dot net 1.1 but not in dot net 2.0 so that leads me to
believe that dot net 2.0 change the way they handle unmamage char * dll
calls

Jul 24 '08 #2

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