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Creating Managed Extensions for C++ Projects

Visual Studio .NET 2003

The project is the starting point for authoring applications, components, and services in Visual Studio .NET. It acts as a container that manages your source code, data connections, and references. A project is organized as part of a solution, which can contain multiple projects that are interdependent of each other.

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Managed Extensions for C++ Projects
Provides links to topics that describe how to add Windows Forms to your projects and create Windows Forms applications.
File Types Created for Managed Extensions for C++ Projects
Describes the files created for Managed Extensions projects.
Converting Managed Extensions for C++ Projects from Mixed Mode to Pure Intermediate Language
Describes how to convert projects with native code into purely managed projects.
Converting Managed Extensions for C++ Projects from Pure Intermediate Language to Mixed Mode
Describes how to convert projects from managed projects to mixed mode.
Managed Extensions for C++ Windows Applications
Provides links to topics describing how to link your Windows applications to the C run-time library and how to add Windows Forms to your projects.

Related Sections

Creating Windows Applications
Provides links to topics describing how to add Windows Forms to your projects and content related to creating Windows Forms projects.
Adding Functionality with Code Wizards
Describes adding classes, methods, variables, and other elements to your project to add functionality.
Specifying Project Settings with Property Pages
Describes how to use the Property Pages dialog box to control your project settings.
Managed Extensions for C++ Samples
Samples that show how to use Managed Extensions to write .NET applications in C++.
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