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what is C++/CLI ???

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Martin Vorbrodt wrote:

[that's right, nothing!]

http://www.google.com/search?q=c%2B%2B%2FCLI

Cheers! --M

Nov 1 '05 #2

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Martin Vorbrodt wrote:


It's something Nanolimp. I mean, Microsoft. Google for it.

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Nov 1 '05 #3

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Martin Vorbrodt wrote:


Frog in your throat?

The code snippet in the subject line divides the variable C by
the variable CLI, and increments the variable C.

For example:

#include <iostream>

int main()
{
int C = 12;
int CLI = 3;
std::cout << (C++/CLI) << '\n';
std::cout << C << '\n';
}

This program outputs 4 followed by 13.

Nov 2 '05 #4

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Old Wolf wrote:
The code snippet in the subject line divides the variable C by
the variable CLI, and increments the variable C.


but what if CLI is a macro that changes C itself? or vice versa?

Nov 2 '05 #5

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C++/CLI is dialect of C++ for use with managed code in the .NET
framework 2.0 release.

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Nov 2 '05 #6

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"Old Wolf" <ol*****@inspire.net.nz> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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Martin Vorbrodt wrote:


Frog in your throat?

The code snippet in the subject line divides the variable C by
the variable CLI, and increments the variable C.

For example:

#include <iostream>

int main()
{
int C = 12;
int CLI = 3;
std::cout << (C++/CLI) << '\n';
std::cout << C << '\n';
}

This program outputs 4 followed by 13.


That's the solution the OP wanted, I guess:

int main(){
int C='C';
int CLI=('C'<<16)|('L'<<8)|'I';
std::out << (C++/CLI) << std::endl;
std::out << C << std::endl;
}


Nov 2 '05 #7

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It's not a dialect. Is a upcomming standard for bindings c++ with .NET
platform.

Nov 2 '05 #8

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