Using C++/CLI to Extend Visual C++ Projects with Managed Code
One of the most important use cases for C++/CLI is the extension of existing projects with managed features. Even if you do not plan to rewrite your complete project purely with managed code, chances are good that your application will need to call managed libraries like the .NET Framework 3.0 APIs—Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), and Windows CardSpace (WCS). The interoperability features of C++/CLI can provide a perfect solution to this requirement, because you can mix managed and native code into a single assembly, and you can define precisely when a transition from managed code to unmanaged code and vice versa is done.
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