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I have a DLL written in C that creates a structure as a local variable, populates it, and then calls a function in managed c#. here is what im talking about:

//-----unmanged code's header file

typedef struct M
int a;
int b;
int c;
} MO;

typedef void (*MyCallBack)(M O m)
void register_callba ck(MyCallBack);

//------unmanged code's .c file

void register_callba ck(MyCallBack mcb)
MO co;
co.a = 67;



-------------managed code (in rough, for brevity)

//struct MO
int a;
int b;
int c;

delegate void MyDelegate(MO m);

MyDelegate mdg;

mdg += delegate (MO m) {
MessageBox.Show (m.a.ToString() );

register_callba ck(mdg);

when I run this code, the managed function does get called by the unmanaged dll code, and the message box pops up showing '67', however after that my program crashes. does anyone know why??

Jun 27 '07 #1
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