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Hi,

I am currently reading chapter 8 regarding assemblies.
My problem is with the 2nd example that deals with the CLS by make 3 assemblies. One in managed C++, VB, and C#. I am having trouble with the managed C++ part. I do not know how to compile the code into the corresponding .dll file using Visual Studio .NET.

Could someone please guide me into compiling this file correctly.

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u have to choose a class library project under the visual c++ section when u start writing c++ code. u can build the project normally, and it will create the dll file inside debug(or release) subfolder of the main project folder.

 


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