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Controlling Project and File Properties with C++ Macros

Examine a C++ macro that changes a file (within a managed project) from managed (/clr) to unmanaged—a task you may need it to perform for performance reasons, creating a mixed executable.

A C++ Macro to Stub Interface Methods

Learn about a macro for use with a class that implements one or more interfaces. When you run the macro, it adds empty function bodies for all the functions in the interface.

Macros for C++, in C++

Learn how to write macros for C++ in Visual Studio.

.NET Remoting with Events in Visual C++

Learn how to add a button to a server application (a WinForm app with a big Listen button) and have the handler for the click event raise a custom event.

.NET Remoting in Visual C++

Remoting is one of the three techniques available on the CLR for creating distributed applications.

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