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System.Runtime.InteropServices Namespace

The System.Runtime.InteropServices namespace provides a wide variety of members that support COM interop and platform invoke services. If you are unfamiliar with these services, see Interoperating with Unmanaged Code.

Members of this namespace provide several categories of functionality, as shown in the following table. Attributes control marshaling behavior, such as how to arrange structures or how to represent strings. The most important attributes are DllImportAttribute, which you use to define platform invoke methods for accessing unmanaged APIs, and MarshalAsAttribute, which you use to specify how data is marshaled between managed and unmanaged memory.

  Class Description
Public class PinnedImmutableArray Provides an ImmutableArray<T> that can be used with in interop scenarios.
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