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How to make C# code usable for VC++ 6 users?

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Hi to everyone: I have developed a windows form control in C# and hope to let developers of VC++ 6.0 be able to use it. Does anyone know is that is possible? If so, can anyone throw a hint or a web tutorial that could help me? Thanks for help in advance

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It isn't possible, since visual c++ 6 doesn't support C#. Altough you could tell the ones who you are giving the code to download a free compiler like Sharp Develop (http://www.icsharpcode.net/)

[edited by - Alura on February 6, 2004 4:06:47 AM]

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You can always create a COM-Wrapper with tlbexp.exe. This allows you to consume .NET assemblies from any programming language that supports COM. However, I have no experience in integrating Forms into a native app. You can give tlbexp a try


Regards,
Andre

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