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Win32 DLL stuff used in .NET ... (hard to explain)

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I know that managed .NET code is a little slow ... is there a way to write win32 (like, native c) DLL's and use them in .NET to do some routines that need to be a bit faster? Thanks in advance for any input :-)

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Absolutely. In fact most of the .NET libraries themselves do this quite a bit to call their Win32 counterparts to do quite a bit or the work. Look into the DllIMport attrinute. This is a quick link on how to do this. There are better resources out there but this is the first one that came up in my query.

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