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Library Writing Suggestions for NET

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I am in need of some direction in regards to using .net in writing some
library functions. In particular, I want to write some library routines
using C++ .net which will be used in a VB.net application. The reason
for writing the library with C/C++ is that I want to use the same source
file(s) with an embedded controller 'C' compiler for another, related,
project.

What would be the preferred method of doing this. I am new to .Net but
am moderatly experienced writing DLL libraries in Borland C/C++.

Your help would be appreciated..
Thanks..
Jim
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Jim,

In my opinion is the best way to go to ask this in a C++ newsgroup.

Your main goal is in my opinion to create an Dll library that is usable in
C# save, C++ managedcode and VBNet however has to be compatible with C++
source code from Borland.

The newsgroup is.
microsoft.public.dotnet.languages.vc

There they would have probably the most expirience with this.

I hope this helps?

Cor

"Jim Flanagan" <jf***@tampabay.rr.com>
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I am in need of some direction in regards to using .net in writing some
library functions. In particular, I want to write some library routines
using C++ .net which will be used in a VB.net application. The reason for
writing the library with C/C++ is that I want to use the same source
file(s) with an embedded controller 'C' compiler for another, related,
project.

What would be the preferred method of doing this. I am new to .Net but am
moderatly experienced writing DLL libraries in Borland C/C++.

Your help would be appreciated..
Thanks..
Jim

Nov 21 '05 #2

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