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CLR Development (How Do I in Visual C++) 

This page links to help on tasks related to CLR development using Visual C++. To view other categories of popular tasks covered in Help, see How Do I in Visual C++.

Windows Forms Walkthroughs and How-to Topics

Lists the Windows Forms walkthroughs that will help you effectively implement Windows Forms in your Visual C++ application.

Code for Windows Forms Applications

Lists the code examples that demonstrate how to perform common programming tasks in Windows Forms applications.

How To: Migrate to /clr

Discusses issues that arise when compiling native code with /clr and when converting a project to managed.

How to: Compile MFC and ATL Code with /clr

Discusses how to compile existing MFC and ATL programs to target the Common Language Runtime.

How To: Remove Dependency on _vcclrit.h

Contains the recommended modifications required to remove dependency on this header file.

Performance Considerations for Interop (C++)

Provides guidelines for reducing the effect of managed/unmanaged interop transitions on run-time performance.

Pure and Verifiable Code

Describes the differences between mixed, pure, and verifiable code.

How to: Create Verifiable C++ Projects

Describes how to set project properties and modify project source files to transform your Visual C++ projects to produce verifiable applications.

How to: Migrate to /clr:safe

Lists the issues that will generate verifiability errors when compiling with /clr:safe.

Walkthrough: Using /clr:pure Features

Demonstrates the use of reflection in a pure MSIL application.

How to: Create a Partially Trusted Application by Removing Dependency on msvcm80.dll

Discusses how to create a partially trusted Common Language Runtime application using Visual C++ by removing dependency on msvcm80.dll.

Reflection in C++

Explains how to use Visual C++ to discover, examine, and invoke data types at runtime through reflection.

How to: Implement a Plug-In Component Architecture using Reflection

Demonstrate the use of reflection to implement a simple "plug-in" architecture.

How to: Enumerate Data Types in Assemblies using Reflection

Demonstrates the enumeration of public types and members using the System.Reflection API.

typeid

Explains how to return the Type of a specified type using typeid.

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