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C++ and C#

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I have a program that is writen in C++ and is open source. I am not familiar with C++, but would like to extend on this program using a set of C# methods that I've written. How would I go about doing this, or is it just better to learn C++ and work with it in the same language.

Also was wondering if it was possible to convert the C++ code into C#.
Oct 21 '06 #1
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It rather depends on if the C++ program in a Microsoft .NET program or just a standard C++ program. I would expect converting the first case to be slightly easier than the second case.

In either case converting 1 language to another generally requires good knowledge of both languages in which case you may as well carry on the development in C++.
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