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Visual C++ Orcas Marshaling Library

The conversion between common native types and the equivalent .NET Framework type is a common programming activity for interoperability development in C++. Visual C++ Orcas introduces a light-weight, template-based library for performing this conversion. This article will look at both the use of this library and how it can be extended to add new conversions.

Why Don't I Get Those Keywords?

Do you ever get jealous when you're reading code in other managed languages? Code that uses keywords such as Property and Delegate and using. Have you ever wondered whether you could use those in your C++ applications? You can, but it's not always obvious how to do so.

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Accessing Twitter with C#

Accessing Twitter with C#

Explore the basics of accessing a Twitter account and look at the ways we can search and interact with the data available to you.

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