Visual Studio .NET 2003
Managed Extensions for C++ allows access to .NET features through the introduction of managed types, which provide support for features of the common language runtime and are subject to the advantages and restrictions of the runtime.
In This Section
- Fundamentals of Managed Types
- Discusses GC and value types and their usage in Managed Extensions.
- Restrictions of Managed Types
- Provides limitations and restrictions placed on managed types by the common language runtime.
- Managed Types and the main Function
- Discusses the proper signature for a main function in a Managed Extensions application.
- Managed Types and MFC
- Describes using managed types with MFC and potential errors that could result.
- Provides links to reference material on keywords, pragmas, compiler and linker options, attributes, and preprocessor directives.
- Provides links to samples that show how to use Managed Extensions to write .NET Framework applications.
- Managed Extensions for C++ Programming
- Provides links to different areas of the Managed Extensions for C++ documentation.