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Questioncalling String ^ * from C# Pin
ByStorm Software25-Dec-06 18:09
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I'm sure that this is a stupid question and that I am just missing some obvious but here it goes.

I'm adding a remoting interface to an MFC service that I have. I've gotten it to compile and run with the CLI and now I'm porting the COM interface to a remoting interface.

Then I hit a problem.

I have some methods that return values as parameters..you know the old "BOOL *" and the ever popular "LPTSTR *"....anyway... in C++/CLI these get translated to Boolean * and String^ *.

the problem is...HOW in the world do I call these from C#? I know it's a reference, but c++/cli doesn't support the keyword REF and c# doesn't like things like "&".

I guess I could try to jump thru a lot of hoops and get it to work via unmanaged code, but this SEEMS like a simple syntax problem.

sorry again to bother people with this, but for the life of me...I can't find the "right" keywords to get google to show me what I need.

thanks,

Gene

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