Learn why you need P/Invoke if you would like to control the marshaling or conversions associated with a call to a function where data types may need to be converted.
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Yes, you can leave your legacy C++ class as native code and still use it from C# or Visual Basic .NET.
Make that old legacy C++ code available to managed code It's a lot less work than you might expect!
Is P/Invoke needed when working with DLLs in C++? Discover the answer as well as the It Just Works feature of Visual C++ .NET.
Learn how to wrap your legacy code into a DLL and then call it from both managed and unmanaged code.
Interop features allow managed .NET code to interface with legacy unmanaged code. Now is your chance to learn about the forms of interop built into the .NET Framework Common Language Runtime.
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